With its anodized aluminum profiles and impressive guide rails, 5/16 clear glass and convenient towel bar handles the Duet bypass shower door is the right answer for your shower project. Both doors, with integrated convenient handles, slide effortlessly on the perfectly engineered guide rails allowing for convenient shower entry on either side of the shower. The smart design of this bypass shower door also allows for out-of-plumb adjustment of up to on each side of the door. The top and bottom guide rails of the Duet bypass door may be shortened by cutting up to 4 to fit required installation space.
Glass West has been one of the top bypass shower door installers in Sacramento and its surrounding areas for over 20 years. Whether you can’t fit a pivoting shower door in your bathroom or you just prefer the simple elegance of a bypass enclosure, our collection of styles is sure to suit your sliding glass door needs. We also offer customization options to make your shower experience one of a kind, so to see what you can do with your bathing room.
Bypass shower doors have glass panels that slide back and forth on a track rather than swinging in or out. In most cases, installing a bypass shower door is a project many homeowners who are handy with common household tools can do themselves. Some bypass doors are designed for shower enclosures, while others are designed for bathtub enclosures. Instructions for installing a door for both types of enclosures are similar. This project guide will explain how to install a bypass door for a shower enclosure.
Shower Door Problems Are Common with Bypass Shower Doors
A bypass door, or a sliding shower door that runs on a track, provides the perfect environment for water to gather and cause problems. The metal track where the rollers sit can rust, gather debris, develop mold and mildew problems, and generally deteriorate from water damage. Besides the track itself failing, the retention of water causes a number of other shower door problems as well. Rollers can gum up and stick, and the metal components in your rollers can rust and fail. Basically, the general rule that metal and water don't mix is a good one to live by. that mix the two together is going to cause you problems in the long run every time.
|Heavy GlassBypass Shower Door
Starting at $779.00
Widths 48" to 66"
Heights 65-¾ to 80-¼
|Heavy GlassBypass Tub Door
Starting at $549.00
Widths 54" to 72"
Heights 57-¾ to 70-¾
|Heavy GlassFrameless Shower Doors
Starting at $499.00
Widths 22" to 30"
Heights up to 76"