Throughout our experience we have seen more than 1,000 different Frameless Shower Door designs, from basic Shower Doors to Multi-panel Enclosures, we have been able to accommodate almost every design we have encountered within this extensive range we want to share some considerations prior to manufacturing, with careful planing and design many problems can be avoided. The importance of design can not be underestimated for that reason we encourage to read these pages until the end.

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The Shower Heads and Body Jets should be directed towards tile or fixed paneles and never point directly towards the door, this is one of the most common mistakes when designing a Shower Enclosure, doing this will help us in a great way to avoid water leakage outside the cabin.
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Plumbed Wall

It is very important to take into account that the walls should be found previously straight and plumbed to prevent unnecessary spaces and leaks when installing your Frameless Shower Door so we recommend using a level of 6 feet to check that your wall is in optimal terms Normally most of the walls are not plumbed but with a difference of less than 1/4 inch we can solve it easily.
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Check that the opening of the door is towards both sides otherwise try to choose another model for example a sliding door.
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Never design a curb on an angle, always prepare the buttress at 90 facing each other, this will help the door swing freely in and out avoiding “hinge bind”
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Try that the curb of your shower has a slope of 1/4 towards the interior of the cabin, this will help you to avoid leaks towards the outside and to prevent the water from remaining stagnant and creating mold inside your cabin.
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If you still do not have a defined width for your bathroom doors we recommend that you do them from a minimum of 27 "to 36" inches to avoid modifications in the design of your door due to the functionality of the hardware.
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When working with custom-made Shower Enclosures it is very important that we adjust ourselves to the standard angles defined by the industry since all the fittings are designed to work in 90 degrees, 180 degrees and 135 degrees.
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In order to proceed to install a shower door properly we need to have the correct support, we strongly recommend wood studding of 2x4 in all the curbs this will help our hinges to anchor correctly and to prevent sagging our shower door.
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Remember when designing your shower door the minimum width 4”1/2 allow in order to prevent