ywd2009: Kerry is very thorough and detail oriented which = a job well done. I would like to do exactly the same thing. Will start by checking to see if we have a shower door replacement company in my area..but oh!..the internet makes having access to such a company available to everyone.
Euroman Showers: great job.
randleman1116: Great work. You gave me hope that this can be accomplished without hiring a GC! Might I ask where you purchased your kit?
rneustel: Thank you very much for the easy-to-understand information!
Ra Mar (Ramar): This video is great! I am 67 year young lady and I plan to do it myself because companies want to charge me $1,800.00 to replace a shower door enclosure. I don't think so!. I can go on a cruise with that money.. They must be nuts. Thank you so much. this was a great video. I have replace shower doors on tub area before. I feel I can do this. But the silicone part is not my cup of tea. I wish you could help me with it, for a small fee of course. Thanks again!
Kathryn Walsh: Thank you so much! My current shower tracks are brass and I have wanted to change them but thought I had to buy all new glass etc so I have been putting off doing it because I figured I would have to actually hire someone to come and do it. This is going to be so much easier and cheaper and I can do it myself.
Billy Bob: Hi! Can you describe in a little more detail the "plunger" in the old door pivot shown at ~0:40? The video doesn't show the actual removal of the old door, so I can't tell what goes on there. The top of my shower door looks just like that, and mine seems quite attached to the top of the frame. I do seem to be able to lift the door upwards, but I'm not getting the feeling that it detaches after that. ...And if I do get door detached, can I get it back in without disassembling the frame?
The reason I'm messing with it is because the bottom of the door has a tendency to slip out of the pivot. It seems that the hole at the bottom that maintains the pivot has worn away, and I'm trying to figure out if it's possible to replace that bottom section. If you have any advice or suggestions, please let me know! Thanks!
Dale Sterling: Where do you pick up the door kits? I've checked everywhere and can't seem to find a place that sells them.
Howard Anderson: Great and easy to understand.
Tori Loy: Great video. Thanks so much!
stacey williams: Best instructional video I've seen, Thanks
Sydel Morris-Greco: After watching your video I took my nearly identical shower apart, gave it a good scrub and have re-installed the same frame. I replaced the clear push-in vinyl and no matter how hard I try, I can't get the stuff in! The fatter side is nearly impossible and the thinner stuff practically falls out. I've verified that it's the same size as the old stuff ( which I still have). What am I doing wrong? (I successfully got it in one side and it leaks...) I'd love to give up as I've been at this since Dec (when I started hunting for clear vinyl) and get some one in to just repair the mess I've made, but no one will fix - just install new! I'm in SLC and noticed your replacement came from a supply store here. Any suggestions on that? Thank you,
WindowReplacementAgencyWisconsin: good clip. Good job.
Queen1nature: Im a 13 gr old girl..i have this bathroom whose doors werent secure enough and fell ontop of my feet..
Lora Rohrer: Great instruction! Can you give me an estimate of how much your shower kit cost?
Juniorjames316: Hi thank you for your video. We have a similar problem and I'm curious what kind of "kit" you ordered, was there a name or manufacture or company in the US you would recommend for this? Thanks much!
Matt Bauwens: What is the easiest way to cut the rails?
Otiselevatorman89: Hey iscaper1 that shower drain in the video is rusted and discolored
Delmar829: Enjoyed this it helped. Thank you for taking the time to do this. Take Care