|In this case clips were
used on the wall and
channel on the base.
|Many times in areas where water is likely to puddle, channel is the better
choice. When clips are used, the clips hold the glass off the surface of
the tile 1/8" to 3/16" resulting in the need to add a line of clear silicone to
close the gap. When using channel in such areas, or in any other areas
requiring caulking, the bead of silicone is hidden on the inside of the
shower, creating a neater appearance from the outside. As you can see
in the photo above, the shower butts up to a tub and also has several
shower heads, having channel on the tub deck helps keep shower water
contained inside the enclosure.
|When calling for price estimates, you can reference the styles below to help us with a
budget quote. Please note that a full layout measure must be done to confirm any pricing.
Please try to have the color of your hardware when you call. These drawings are from the
perspective of standing outside looking at the front of the enclosure.
|The styles below are referred to as a neo-angle with pony walls (F) and a neo-angle (G). There
are also modified neo-angles (with additional panels, or side panels of different sizes. Note
that in the drawings a header has been added to support the door. If your door can be
mounted on one of the walls rather than in the center, the header will not be necessary.
|Door/Inline Notched Panel
Panel & Return
|SELECTION OF PULLS HANDLES AND KNOBS
|IT'S NOT TIME TO
UNTIL YOUR TILE
|PLEASE ALLOW A
MINIMUM OF 2
WEEKS FOR YOUR
BE ORDERED AND
PROOF THEY ARE
PLEASE ASK FOR
|OTHER HARDWARE OPTIONS
(towel bar pull
or back to back.
Towel bars can
enclosures come in
many different designs,
and there are two
different methods of
installation. A channel
and/or a clip installation.
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