Metro Hinged Shower Door
|Glass Thickness||1/2 in. (12 mm) and 3/8 in. (10 mm)|
|Door Type||Hinged Door|
|Out of plumb Adjustment||1/2 in.|
|Width Adjustment||3/4 in.|
A frameless door features no metal framing around the edges of the glass. Leaving you with a beautiful glass door that works to give the feel of a larger space.
A semi-frameless door features metal framing around specific edges of the glass. These designscombine clean edges with a sense of openness and brings them together to provide your bathroom with a truly stunning look.
Please refer to our “Buying Guide” to learn about measurements & dimensions.
A Pivot Shower Door is a door that swings open similar to a Hinged Shower Door, except that Pivot doors must be attached to a stationary glass panel or to the wall profile system. Pivot doors can not be directly mounted to the wall.
A Hinged Shower Door is a door that is directly attached to the wall or stationary glass panel with hinges. This door swings open, much like traditional interior doors. Hinge doors attached to the wall directly require studs behind the finished walls for installation.
A Double Sliding Shower Door, also known as a Bypass Door, is a two-door design that slides along the track in both directions. Both doors can move & be opened.
A Single Sliding Shower Door is a single-door design that slides along the top track in both directions. Only the one door can move, the other is stationary.
Seawin offers a variety of glass thickness and they appear on different models of our doors. Currently, we offer 3/8” (10mm), 5/16” (8mm) &1/4” (6mm) thicknesses.
It is recommended to use a 4”+ Bubble Level on the finished walls & floor to check for out-of-plumb conditions.
The term “reversible” relates to the installation of the door and its hardware. All ofSeawin’s shower doors are reversible – meaning they can be installed in either direction for either left or right-handed use.