Model # 422031

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null Cerise 39 in. x 78 in. Frameless Shower Enclosure in Chrome with Clear Glass and Base in White
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Cerise 39 in. x 78 in. Frameless Shower Enclosure in Chrome with Clear Glass and Base in White

  • Neo-angle round shape
  • Contemporary frameless design
  • Direct to stud installation
$51400 /each
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With a neo-angle round shape and contemporary frameless design, this Cerise 39 in. x 78 in. Frameless Shower Enclosure in Chrome with Clear Glass and Base in White is a stylish option for your corner shower. The shower stall features a 6 in. deep base with a drain and drain cover. Polished-chrome accents finish the clean design of this shower stall.

  • 1/4 in. tempered glass for safety
  • Contemporary frameless design complements a variety of bathroom styles
  • Drain and drain cover are included for your convenience
  • Directly mounts to studs for easy installation
  • Shower wall not included

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Water continues to leak under the track. I've cleaned and re-siliconed twice now. Is there a different silicone/ perhaps adhesive you recommend.?

Asked by: Anonymous
Leaking is avoided or fixed very easily. The key to this lies not in keeping the water out of the lower track (nearly impossible without gobs of ugly caulk). Just, caulk per instructions EXCEPT, be careful to caulk the lower track so that any water that gets into the lower track, can leak out of it into the shower not the floor. NOTE per instructions you need to get the base set level. I used some thinset mortar with a layer of building paper on top, in case I ever have to remove the base. The reason for the leaking lies in the upper and lower track designs. Both tracks have holes drilled in them to allow access to screws when either the track is used on the top (LH vs RH opening). The holes in the lower track will allow water down to where the lower track meets the base. So..........caulk the bottom OUTER edge of the lower track but put no caulk on the inside edge. When water gets down in the track, it runs into the leveled shower pan. I used clear silcone to seal the glass to the wall but highly recommend clear OSI Quad to seal the lower track to the base (it seals much better but is very messy to clean off glass).
Answered by: SD
Date published: 2016-12-26

Is this unit U/L approved

Asked by: Anonymous
After inspector came here and inspected unit, he gave the contractor the go-ahead. Don't know about your area, sorry.
Answered by: cherokee
Date published: 2015-09-20

this item shows as a kit, but the store says it is only doors and pan not the walls. are the walls included?

Asked by: Anonymous
The kit for the walls is purchased separately. You can also tile the walls behind the shower.
Answered by: Vecfleet
Date published: 2017-01-24

Is this a 2 or 3 piece shower unit?

Asked by: Mary
Hi Mary, Thank you for your question about the Cerise Frameless Shower Enclosure. This model is a 2 piece unit including the base and glass enclosure. If you are interested in a wall set, that is purchased separately, and the model number for that is 422030. Thanks, Nick
Answered by: DeltaFaucet
Date published: 2017-05-30
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Cerise 39 in. x 78 in. Frameless Shower Enclosure in Chrome with Clear Glass and Base in White is rated 2.5 out of 5 by 110.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from We needed to install this shower in a 6ft x 6ft bathroom. It replaced a corner shower that just d... We needed to install this shower in a 6ft x 6ft bathroom. It replaced a corner shower that just didn't look good. This product was easy to install, cost effective and looks awesome. The price was $499 and it looks more expensive.
Date published: 2017-01-24
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Not the greatest product. It seams sturdy enough. Base and wall instructions were OK if I recall.... Not the greatest product. It seams sturdy enough. Base and wall instructions were OK if I recall. On the other hand, the door instructions were bad. Someone at the factory should be forced to install one of these using the instructions so they can find the bad parts of it. Instructions that came with it were wrong right off the bat with installing the washers and brackets on the glass. I downloaded one and they had corrected that part. I kept telling myself that what they were telling me to do couldn't be right. Also, I didn't follow the sequence for the install because it didn't make sense, either. I didn't even attempt to hold down the bottom rail with tape while installing the panels. Just glue down the bottom rail and come back the next day to install the panels. I also didn't trust leaving all the brackets disconnected while caulking. I left the top brackets installed, and caulked up to them. Again, I came back the next day to finish caulking(installing bottom and middle brackets, removing top bracket). Don't install the door stops until you have the rollers tightened. They will need to be tightened almost all the way to keep the door from popping off.
Date published: 2017-02-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from High end look for budget price. Easy to avoid leaking noted in reviews. However instructions shou... High end look for budget price. Easy to avoid leaking noted in reviews. However instructions should have noted a small but important detail to avoid leaks. IMPORTANT: per instructions you first need to get the base set LEVEL. I used thinset mortar with a layer of building paper on top, in case I ever have to remove the base. Leaking is avoided by thoroughly caulking the outer edge of the lower track and putting NO CAULK on the inside edge of the lower track . There is no way to keep water out of the lower track. So caulk just as in the instructions EXCEPT be careful to caulk the lower track so that any water that gets into the lower track, can leak out of it into the shower not the floor. The reason for the leaking lies in the upper and lower track designs. Both tracks have holes drilled in them to allow access to screws when either the track is used on the top (LH vs RH opening). The holes in the lower track will allow water down to where the lower track meets the base. So..........caulk the bottom OUTER edge of the lower track, but put no caulk on the inside edge. When water gets down in the track, it runs into the leveled shower pan. I used clear silcone to seal the glass to the wall but highly recommend clear OSI Quad to seal the lower track to the base (it seals much better but is very messy to clean off glass). TIP: To avoid messy caulk ...before caulking the glass edge to wall, put blue painters tape on the wall & on the glass, inside outside the shower. TIP: I finished the floor, even where the shower sat, and then set the shower base on the finished bathroom floor to avoid cutting a curve in the flooring and trim around the base. If you level the bathroom floor, you may avoid setting the base in mortar to level it.
Date published: 2016-11-27
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Very disappointed in this ridiculous unit. Wish I could return it. Impossible to get it to quit... Very disappointed in this ridiculous unit. Wish I could return it. Impossible to get it to quit leaking.
Date published: 2017-03-29
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Had this piece of garbage for 3.5 years.....I cannot get it to stop leaking. I have removed and c... Had this piece of garbage for 3.5 years.....I cannot get it to stop leaking. I have removed and caulked with silicone 4 times already. The newest application was 3 months ago and I have gone over it 3 more times. Brand new house, but I feel like it isn't because of the maintenance of this junk shower. It was built like garbage. All I do is spend my days off work trying to figure out where it is leaking and caulking again and again. I am beyond frustrated. No help from the manufacturer either. FYI my builder installed this shower.....and silicone it himself twice............ If it still leaked for him, I will never stop the leak. It is poring threw my island pendant light on my first level since a year. Beyond agitating. I am ready to take the sawzall to it and burn it up in my fire pit. DO NOT BUY THIS OR IT IS A JOB FOR LIFE TAKING UP ALL OF YOUR FREE TIME!!!
Date published: 2017-07-06
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Huge hunk of junk Can't add much more to the other complaints here, but wish I would've researched this first. Basically, the shower has a design flaw that prevents it from being able to be sealed. DO NOT BUY.
Date published: 2017-02-04
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good Shower After reading a lot of the reviews I noticed that most of the complaints were about leaking. I took a chance and bought anyway. I tiled the walls instead of using the plastic ones. Many thanks to the guy that suggested filling the voids in the base with concrete before installing. I used thinset to adhere to the floor also and there is no give in the base. It feels very solid. As far as the sealing goes, the most important area is where the bottom trim sits on the base. I marked where the trim goes and scuffed the surface with 120 grit sandpaper. I also scuffed the bottom of the trim. Clean with alcohol. Don't just put a bead of caulk. Use 100% silicone and spread a layer at least .010 over the entire surface of the bottom of the trim before setting. Push down on it while installing to squeeze out some of the silicone and clean up any excess. Allow to cure 24 hours before doing anything else. Also pay attention to the corners of the trim where it meets the wall. A little extra effort here will pay off later. Mine has been in constant use for several months now with zero leaks. I like the expensive look at a low price. P.S. please excuse the mess in the picture. I'm in the middle of a complete remodel of my bathroom.
Date published: 2013-09-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Look and no leaks A friend who is a handyman and I followed the instructions and also read some of the helpful reviews about caulking. We did tile for the walls and floor. We made sure the base was level and solid which I think is the most important thing. If you have any movement then the caulk and sealant will probably eventually leak. I think a few of these reviews are for the wrong product (doors open out?) or used the walls so I cant speak to that. Also many of the reviews talked about plumbers and still having issues, but installing the base and walls and glass wouldn't be a plumbers forte. Just saying. Its also possible they have made changes since some of these reviewers bought theirs or maybe I got lucky and got one that was manufactured right. Either way I love it.
Date published: 2016-05-23
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