Rated 3.7 out of 5 by 11
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by newhouse looks great, difficult to maintain alignment
great look, would love to recommend more highly. pivot pins are cheapest part and they strip regularly. have had to take the entire door down and replace pins 2 times so far, once every 6 months. the company has sent new ones free so far, very helpful but still cheap parts. this would seem to be the one part you would not want to skimp on.
March 8, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by DIYertillidier Great Door for DIY beginner
I'm happy I researched my options for a frameless shower door and insulation with other costumer comments. Knowing that my shower frame was not plum having the adjustments saved me time, frustration and money. I drilled into marble frame with concrete masonry drill, a diamond head was not needed. I would recommend testing the drill on extra scrap pieces of your shower frame like I had. Total installation was able to complete while my son took a 3 hour nap, as I am a stay at home dad. Thanks William! I followed what another customer did and did not instal the bottom tract. I did want to keep as "frameless" as possible, and just used the vinyl strips all round.
Two things to be aware of: I set the door magnet strike inline with the frame track holder as that is what you screw in , but there is a small recess in the contact magnet strike that you attach afterwards. It still closes completely but the door is not perfectly straight across.
Also one of the tightening pins came loose and the door slid off at the bottom! It was a little difficult to reset. Hope it doesn't happen again.
December 9, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by dano Great door, easy to install, as well.
Great shower door, looks great and was easy to install. I gave this door five stars.
December 10, 2013
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by TomW Project ended real nice
The directions are not great. Product was easy to install, worked and looked great when done. Good door for the money
July 3, 2013
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Jacqueline Beautiful shower, nasty instructions
If you are in the habit of installing shower doors, the instructions are probably enough for you. This was our first installation of a shower door. Theses instructions don't have measurements of any kind. You will have extra pieces that are not on the parts list or in the instructions, that you would of liked to use. The installation would of been a breeze if we did not have to take steps apart to do something that the instructions did not tell you to do. They must of just assumed we knew. Beautiful shower door, looks great and like I said it would of been easy installation if the instructions were complete.
April 15, 2013
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Brad Pretty good quality door
Wasn't hard to install just takes time to line everything up.
June 25, 2013
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by DukeJen Adjustable width and easy to install
Door was easy to install and looks pretty good, but the door has only been in use for a couple of weeks and already a screw and screw cover have popped off several times. This was the only one with an adjustable width that we found that had the height we needed. My contractor noted that the glass was thin for the price we paid.
April 7, 2015
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by dander Nice looking but flawed
Its a nice looking door and decent value for the money but I had some aggravating problems down the line... too many for $500 product:
(a) Installation took a little head-scratching but seemed fine until a week later the door (lots of glass there) basically fell out of its frame. It turns out one key mounting point at the top hinge-point relied primarily on a single pointed set screw for essentially a friction lock. This had slipped a bit. Luckily nothing broke (although it damaged out wall) and I reset the setscrew very tightly. This tie it lasted a month and again fell loose from the top. Finally I had to drill a small hole into the metal the setscrew was contacting so that the setscrew point actually penetrated the plate on the hinge. It has now held for 2 years.
(b) after about 18 months the flexible plastic door gasket/seal/magnet started to crack. The plastic had gotten quite brittle. Some super glue helped for a while eventually the top 12 inches of the 6 foot seal cracked completely off. Although it was a snug press-on fit when first mounted the now-brittle plastic of that piece meant if could not be remounted unless I were to actually glue it to the door. Am pursuing a replacement with Foremost and will report back here with info on their customer service.
December 11, 2014