Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 35
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by JeffNJ Beautiful door
I purchased this door for a bathroom that I remodeled. I am a lawyer- not a contractor. I found the installation to be very manageable. It is a piece of cake to cut the frame to fit, if you use the proper saw blade. I left my cut a little long so that there was very little space between the door and wall and because you ruin the entire door if you cut too much. I actually had to carefully hammer it in place because the fit was so tight. The drill bit provided broke, but you can easily buy better drill bits that more easily penetrate tile. Also, it is difficult to install the doors alone, so get someone to help balance the glass. The product, though, looks great.
December 14, 2010
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Dressypuppy Great sliding tub door
Installation was easy.... The quality is outstanding and the door looks great!! I love it- most importantly so easy to clean
June 24, 2014
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Cathy Black in Color NOT Bronze
We ordered all bronze hardware for our new bathroom and it wasn't until our carpenter had this tub door installed that we realized that it really is not bronze at all. Next to all our fixtures it appears black in color. The door itself is substantial but if you are truly hoping for bronze do not get this one. We are stuck with an installed black tub door that ruins the appearance of our new bathroom otherwise accessorized in bronze.
August 26, 2011
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by cstol Nice Quality for the Price
The doors are nice quality for the money. The glass is thick and is pretty easy to keep clean. The trim is very dark and appears more black then oil rubbed bronze. It doesn't bother me because my vanity is black, but I would of been disappointed if my vanity was any other color. My contractor did not have any problems installing.
February 26, 2013
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by jmak impressed
This door is better than the Kohler door I put on my shower. the glass is much heavier and it appear to be better made. Install was easy. I read a comment from someone who said that the finish was black but I found it to be a good match for my Kohler faucet.
April 11, 2012
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by scott very nice doors
I have never installed tub/shower doors before so it took me about four hours to remove the old doors and install the new ones. The kit comes with a few extra parts in the case that you may lose some. I did not use the recommended hacksaw blade tooth count nor did I use a miner box to guide the cuts. After I made my cuts I used a fine file on any rough edges. The only small problem I had with the doors is that when installing the towel racks on the doors one of the nuts in a rack had bad threads. It made it difficult to bolt the rack to the door. For calking I used GE silicone 2 clear three hour shower ready and five year mold free product protection. I used about a half a tube of this.
September 19, 2012
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by MP007 Straightforward Install - Looks Great
Second one of this type I have installed. About 3 hours beginning to end. Looks great.
February 22, 2011
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by DavidZ Best Instructions and packaging. Great Product
Looked at all the tub/shower enclosures at Home Depot. They didn't have this one on display but it looked good online, so I purchased it "blind". Of course the great reviews helped make my decision.
The door arrived via DLH trucking on schedule. Although the box was slightly damaged the contents were packaged extremely well and there was no damage to the product.
The Instructions and packaging of the parts is the BEST I have ever seen. Every screw, roller, hanger is shrink-wrapped individually and mounted to a cardboard that is keyed to th numbers on the instructions. They even supply some extra items (in case you lose a small screw down the drain).
The graphic instructions are simple to follow. The door is very good quality; fits well, door rolls smoothly; hardware is attractive. Everything is included except a 1/4" ceramic tile bit and silicone sealant. Make sure to get them before trying to install in ceramic tile. By the way, scratch the center of the spot where you want to drill first to keep the bit from skipping around. Can be installed by one person alone.
November 21, 2014