In this section there is
a small line drawing and a written description of your
shower door. What we are concerned with is that basic layout
matches your needs. The size or width of the individual panels is
not relevant, but the number of panels and their orientation
to the door is critical. On close examination you determine
you don't have an exact match return to the Style
/ Layout page and select the image
that matches you shower door. There are three different Style/Layout pages, so you want to make sure you are using the correct page. If you want a steam shower it should specifically say STEAM in the description.
5, Layout B
A swing door with
a left inline panel and a right return panel. This
layout requires the use of a header to avoid glass
to glass contact and possible breakage. The shower
uses pivot style self centering hinges which allow
the door to swing in or out of the shower.
Step 2) Dimensions
The dimension area is where you
specify the size of the space you want the shower
door to fill. Please note that the dimensions need
to be Centerline Space dimensions. These are the space
dimension right where you want the glass to set. If
you provide pan dimensions then we will build you
a shower door unit that set right on the outside edge
of the pan. If you are not sure about measuring the
space you can take a look at the "How
to Measure" page.
We have provided small images of each panel of glass
showing where each measurement parameter is applied.
Use the note area to specify special conditions such
as wall conditions (e.g. Right wall falls out 3/8" ).
(W) Door area width at the bottom
(H) top of curb to top of unit
(S) Width of Inline Panel
Inline: (SH) Inline Height
This form requires decimal
numbers, so you need to convert your fractions . We manufacture
to the 1/16" so there
is no need to be any more precise. The table can be used
to convert you fractions to decimals.
27 1/4" = 27.25
Step 3) Glass Selection
In the Glass Selection
section of the this page you get to specify what
glass type, what design work, what top edge work,
and for the door glass, what seal kit will be used.
There is a selection section for each panel of glass.
This allows you to specify the glass type, design
work, and top edge fabrication work individually.
To the right of each pull-down is a image of a magnifying
clicking on this image you will see more detailed
information on your selection.
4) Hardware Selection
In this section you
select the hardware for your shower door. The fist
step is to select your hardware finish. Use the "Hardware
Finish" pull down
to make your selection. This selection pre filters
the hardware so you can only select hinges and pull
handles in this finish. It is possible to select
a finish which has limited options. This is because
not ever style is available in every finish.
are two pull downs for the door pull. The first
pull down selects a pull group, (e.g. 6" pull
handle, 8" pull handle ...). The second
pull down select the specific product (e.g. bak-to-bak
pull, bak-to-bak pull w/ washers, bak-to-bak pull
solid ....). With the selection made enter the quantity
desired, and the prices and part number will show.
Use the to
get more information.
hinge selection has been filtered so the only hinges
for this style door show in the pull down. Make your
selection and enter the quantity of hinges to make
the prices show.
Panel Hardware: There
are two pull downs for this section. The first pull
down selects the type of fixed panel installation
desired ( e.g. clamp install, U channel install).
The second pull down select the actual product. Enter
the quantity required to make the prices show.
Step 5) Accessories
This section is used
to add additional products, and features to your door.
If you wanted an addition towel bar you select it
hear has add a comment to the Notes: ( e.g. put the
towel bar on the return panel at the same height as
the handle. We recommend selecting a tube of professional
quality silicon sealant.
Step 6) Crating & Shipping
The Euro Frameless shower
door tend to weigh a lot. These shower doors a crated
for common carrier shipping. Most crates weight 100 lbs.
or more. We have found the crates over 300 lbs are difficult
to handle. It is better to split a 400 lbs order into
two 200lbs crates. There is a $65.00 charge for each crate.
We have been using Overnite
Transportation for our US shipping needs for several years.
We have found their service and pricing excellent. Our
volume allows us a 72% discount off the regular rates.
Take note of the crate weight and click on the "Shipping
Est" link to go to Overnite's rate estimator. We ship
the shower doors Freight Collect. This means that you
will pay the shipper when the door is delivered.
Press the "Calculate Price" button to
calculate the total price of the shower door.
To purchase the shower
door you enter your email address and press continue.
This records the shower door information and takes you
to a summery screen. Click the Buy Now button to go
into the store where you can provide your shipping information
and pay for the door.