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Glass Shower Door Installation Services In Seminole FL, Pinellas County

Glass Shower Door Installation Pinellas County

If you want an unforgettable bathing experience, you need to invest in the right shower enclosure. You can upgrade your shower door installation immediately thanks to Majestic Small Bathroom Remodel Works. We have the best replacement shower doors to fit anything from a luxury master bath to a small corner shower. We have the best installation services to guarantee professional installation.

You don’t need to worry about shower door installation when we are here to help. We can install the best shower doors to keep the costs down and ensure durability. Call Majestic Small Bathroom Remodel Works now on (727) 308-2512 and let us start working on your shower door installation. Framed and frameless shower doors are manufactured using tempered glass that is treated for easier cleaning and maintenance.

The notable difference between the two types of shower doors is the thickness of the glass. Framed shower doors have thinner dimensions since they mostly rely on the frame to support the glass. The frame comes in different materials such as aluminum and the installer will seal the glass inside the frame to prevent any leaks.

Installation Guidelines For Frameless Glass Doors

Our main objective at Majestic Small Bathroom Remodel Works is to ensure that our clients have access to the top products depending on their tastes and preferences. Make sure you refer to these guidelines when it comes to the installation of heavy glass doors (about 3 to 8 inches) on acrylic or fiberglass substrates. First, the walls and base for the RODA units should be constructed with the right type of wood blocking before installation. That way, the weight of the enclosure will have the right type of support.

Precautionary Guidelines

  1. When the glass champ (U-channel) is screwed into the threshold, the weight of the glass will be supported by the screws thereby requiring structural support.
  2. If there isn’t proper structural support, the screws might move when the door or panel is moved. With time, the movement of screws will make the hole larger and it might crack (causing spider webs). Eventually, the acrylic or gel coat will start breaking down the fiberglass backing.
  3. Fiberglass or acrylic walls have blocking pre-installed by the manufacturer. Note that, the location might not match where you need to drill the holes for wall mount hinges, vertical u-channel and headers.
  4. If there isn’t proper backing behind the walls, the door/panel will start slipping out of the thin walls.
  5. Any structural elements of RODA doors should follow these guidelines including headers, hinges and clamps.
  6. At any bearing load location, Majestic Glass needs a minimum of 1-1/4’’ thread engagement for all fasteners into the blocking. Depending on the type of application, you might be required to provide the right type of fasteners to ensure the most adequate engagement.
  7. U-Channel can be secured into the areas without blocking except for acrylic and fiberglass modules that require blocking for all locations.
  8. Metal strapping or studs are not suitable substitutes to be used when securing load-bearing hardware.

 

Contact Majestic Small Bathroom Remodel Works in Seminole FL, Pinellas County and talk to our professionals about the best solutions for your needs. Call us on (727) 308-2512 and get the best services today!

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