Rated 3.3 out of 5 by 6
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Jerry Water splashing out from the large opening between the glass door and the bottom rail
You have to buy the doors, track assembly and the handles separately. Quality material and easy installation. However when taking a shower, water hits the opening between the inner glass door and the bottom rail, and splashes out onto the floor. Serious amount of water is accumulated on the floor after each shower so the floor has to be mopped each time. That makes the tub door not much better than a shower curtain.
I suspected the problem was caused by the large opening between the inner glass door and the bottom rail. So I lowered the inner glass door from its nominal position to the lowest possible position. The resulting gap is 5/16". But the problem remains. There is also a limitation of how low the door could go even if you modify the roller assembly, i.e., there is a plastic door guide in the middle of the bottom rail (see picture 1 below).
I contacted Delta and provided a lot of information including pictures and the 5/16" opening I observed. Delta confirmed that my installation was correct, including the 5/16" opening.
I have an old sliding tub door that has been working properly for years. So I compared the new tub door with my old tub door. The main difference is an additional attachment at the bottom of my old glass door that seals up the opening between the door and the bottom rail (picture 4). This means water may seep in but never splash out. However as I mentioned earlier there is a plastic door guide sitting in the middle that prevents me from adding any attachment myself. So there is nothing I can do, at least for now.
The attached pictures will help you understand the problems:
Picture 1. 5/16" inch of opening between the door and the bottom rail (confirmed to be correct, please note the plastic door guide)
Picture 2. Water accumulation on the bottom rail ((looking from outside the tub, not a problem by itself but it encourages more splashing)
Picture 3. Water accumulation on the floor (in one minute of time)
Picture 4. My old sliding door has a bottom attachment to seal the opening
February 26, 2015
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Samuel Wet Floor
I installed this as directed and I get water all over my floors after every shower. It seems like it is splashing up from the bottom rail. It seems like a design flaw.
April 30, 2015
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by l2000 IT WILL NOT STAY ON THE TRACK. Had to have pro install it and "I" usually do that.
IT WILL NOT STAY ON THE TRACK. Had to have pro install it and "I" usually do that and it still comes off the tarck. I have to just leave on door open all the time and the off track door stays closed. This was an expensive item that I had to order (Since 'my' local dealer rarley ever has anything in-stock) so I am very disappointed. I used to swear by home depot? But this is the last draw. I will go to Lowes as they always have good stuff, in-stock, and I am done once its bought and intalled.
March 18, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by James so sleek
The door is very sleek and nice to look at. The quality appears to be excellent and was easy to install. It was a little pricy, but glad we went with the added cost for something so nice.
December 10, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by trexdeck Beautiful
We love ours. We got the brushed nickel. We had it installed as part of an entire bath remodel. We did have to have the contractor straighten one sided. Initially it wasn't installed exactly straight, and then one of the doors would get off track. Once we asked for the doors to be aligned properly, It works great. I will never have a shower curtain again. I really love the look and the way it keeps all the water inside the tub.
April 26, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by vwa3 great shower door
Great looking shower door that fit perfectly and was easy to install.
September 23, 2014