Tom Davies: good install Stephen, we do things a little different here in GRand with different manufacturers, But I like seeing your techniques. www.MalibuGlassMI.com
Charles Yue: Look like there is gap on the hinge, will water leaks out when showering?
eosme: i noticed some doors have a range like 43.5" to 44" how do you account for the gap? the width of my shower is 44" wide. i'm guess i should get a 43.5 - 44" wide door, but just wondering how to adjust for the 0.5" gap without having water coming out?
Tony Haddad: after 1 year my swinging door rubs against the glass on the wall,how do i adjust it??
Yamaha JayP: you forgot your drill inside the shower. what the hell you going to do for 48 hours?? LOL
Yamaha JayP: nice video that get straight to the point. Two things though first he should have drill the holes before he set the channel up so he didn't have to set it up to different times second you should put your sleep on and your strike as well as your hinge vinyl before you do any silicone while your tip is still small on your to you should silicone your vinyl in place then if you use some slots you can keep your tip small silicone your panels but if you use Just Clips with regular holes then you're going to need to cut your tip and do a wider joint. You can also put your strike on to help you set your door straight. I'm a beast
Michael Morris: Clear directions, easy to follow instructions and professional workmanship. Great work, Thanks.
The Truth: you forgot to use a level for the u-channel
Connie Valdovinos: Excellent. You helped us understand how to correctly install our glass enclosure. Our enstaller did not include a support arm for glass B so it failed. We will purchase a support arm and reinstall glass B. Thanks.
Paul Pawlikowski: What is up this this huge space between door and panel, that should be no more then a 1/4. was the measurement wrong?