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Neo Angle STYLE 1 ( layout A__ )

A Style N1 Euro Neo-Angle is the pivot door with an angled side panel on each side of the door. A "center panel" hinge left door is a style 1A and a "center panel" hinge right door is a style 1B. To the right are small pictures which have different variations of the style 1A and style 1B door. Select the image which best matches your shower door.

  1. Layout "A" - has a pivot left door
  2. Layout "B" - has a pivot right door

Neo Angle STYLE 1 ( layout B__ )

A Style N1 Euro Neo-Angle is the pivot door with an angled side panel on each side of the door. A "center panel" hinge left door is a style 1A and a "center panel" hinge right door is a style 1B. To the right are small pictures which have different variations of the style 1A and style 1B door. Select the image which best matches your shower door.

  1. Layout "A" - has a pivot left door
  2. Layout "B" - has a pivot right door

Neo Angle STYLE 2

Style 2 Neo Angle shower doors have an (A) panel door. The door can be hinge left (Layout A) or hing right (Layout B). On a Neo-Angle style 2 layout (A) the hinge side of the door is next to the wall. This gives you the option to hinge off the wall instead of using the top/bottom pivot hinges. Depending on your layout you may not need a header system.

  1. Layout "A" - Hinge left A panel door with a two side panels (Header not required).
  2. Layout "B" - Hinge right door with two right panels (Needs the Header).

STYLE 5

Style 5  swing shower doors have the door plus one side panel and one return panel.  The letter that comes after the STYLE 5 designates the shower door layout.  A Style 5 shower door has four possible layouts, A,B,C,D,E, and F. 

  1. Layout "A" - Hinge left door with a left return & side panel
  2. Layout "B" - Hinge right door with a right return & side panel panel.
  3. Layout "C" - Hinge left door off a panel with a right return panel.
  4. Layout "D" - Hinge right door off a panel with a left return panel.
  5. Layout "E" - Wall hinge left door with a right inline & return panel.
  6. Layout "F" - Wall hinge right door with a left inline & return panel.

Doors using Layout "A" or Layout "B" need to have addition support for the door. This can be accomplished several ways. The most common way to support the door for these layouts is to put a header system on the unit. Running the return panel to the ceiling or adding a support bar also will work. The online quote/order form for these layouts use a header system.