Replace a Frameless Shower Door
Frameless shower doors are a type of shower door that does not slip. Instead, these frameless doors swing open and shut, like any other door in your home. These shower doors are often made of glass and are usually equipped with stainless steel hinges and handles. Over time, these doors can be boring from soap scum and maybe even crack accidentally opens or closes them too hard. You can replace a frameless shower door using just a few tools.
Remove the old frameless shower door; Close the old door to have unhindered access to the hinges. Insert shims under the old door to prop it as you remove the hinges. Screws unfasten the hinges holding the old frameless shower door in place by means of a screw gun. Remove old shower door out of glass or tile wall.
Hang new frameless shower door, Insert shims along the bottom of the opening, where new frameless shower door will hang. Shims should allow between 3/8 to 1/4 inch of clearance between the bottom of the door and at the bottom of the opening. Set the new frameless shower door into the opening on top of the shims. Align the holes in the side of the new frameless shower door with the hinges. Fasting the new door to the hinges by means of a screw gun. Shims pull out from under the new frameless doors and swing the door open and closed to ensure that there is sufficient clearance at the bottom.