A. Measure the height from the top of the tub edge or shower base to the top of the wall unit or tile wall.
B. Measure the width of the opening from wall to wall, in two places, the top and bottom. Use the longer length.
C. Prep and level the floor first. Then, measure the depth from the back wall to the front of the shower stall, along with both side walls. Use the larger length.
Tip: Select a shower with a drain hole that connects easily to your existing plumbing.
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For showers in a recessed, or alcove space
For space-saving, standalone corner showers
Turns your bathtub into an enclosed shower
Slide sideways or in and out, just make sure you have clearance for the door to open
A framed glass shower door relies on metal for strength, frameless has tempered glass that doesn’t require additional support
Consider your privacy needs and design preferences
How does a steam shower work?
A generator brings water to boil, hot mist flows through a pipe to a disperser in your shower, steam fills the stall at a safe temperature.
Most likely, you’ll need the help of a professional to install your moisture-sealed steam shower.
We’ve got the shower that will fit your bathroom just right, in a style you will adore. Whether you need a replacement shower, a new shower stall, or just a new shower door - you can get it from us, quickly. Buy online, we’ll ship to your local The Home Depot Store.
Shower kits make installation simple and fast, and we’ll help with the installation. If all you need is a shower door, we have sliding, pivot and fixed. Choose your glass door wisely. Consider how much privacy you want. They come in a range of transparency, from clear to frosted to etched ornamental. Another decision, which way do you want your shower door to open - to the left or right. Think about glass thickness and shower frames, you have options.
Turn your shower experience to the next level of comfort. A steam shower will help you relax and can benefit your health. Treat yourself.