I remodeled a bathroom for my mother and installed a Jacuzzi tub. I had intended on putting up a non-moving screen but changed my mind after the local glass company I hired dropped the ball and failed to show...what the heck people...how do you even stay in business. For not a whole lot more money I found this door and after carefully reading the reviews and checking the measurements pulled the trigger. The door arrived in a giant cardboard carton protected with foam. Unpacking was a small battle. Installation took me a lot more time than the quoted time...My install was made more difficult by needing to drill thru the tile for mounting the hinges and that the angle between the wall and the tub surface was greater than 90 degrees. The door comes with two seals...one that sits flush against the wall when the door shuts and the second that "sweeps" over the tub edge as you close the door. I figured that a small gap against the wall up higher was no big deal relative to the all important seal at the tub and door bottom interface being tight. I had an assistant hold the door in various positions so we could see how the seals would "sit" before we marked and drilled into the tile for the hinges. We corrected with a 4 foot level to make sure the door hung perfectly vertical. I ended up striking a stud with some of the screws and needing to put self expanding screws in the upper hinge. Anyway, the instructions are pure $%&# so I thought I'd include these details for anyone else to hopefully help them in their purchase and install. Also, the hardware for the handle bar and the hinges is beautiful and heavy duty...the seals seem to be of high quality and the door looks great. It is on the shorter side and while showering you must make a conscious effort to not allow water to get by the door. If it did I'm sure it would be a negligible amount. Good luck!
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