Prepare the area: Ensure that the shower area is clean, level, and free from any debris or obstructions. Verify that the walls and floor are plumb and square, as this will affect the installation process.
Gather the necessary tools and materials: Make sure you have all the required tools and materials before starting the installation. This may include a drill, screwdriver, level, measuring tape, silicone sealant, and the provided installation hardware.
Position the base: Place the shower base or tray in the desired corner position, aligning it with the drain. Ensure that it is level and stable. Use a level to verify its position.
Install the side panels: Begin by installing the side panels of the shower enclosure. These panels are typically attached to the walls using screws or brackets provided with the enclosure. Make sure they are securely fastened and aligned correctly.
Install the door frame: Attach the door frame to the side panels. The door frame may have a pivot mechanism or hinges to allow for opening and closing of the door. Follow the manufacturer's instructions for the proper installation of the door frame.
Hang the door: Carefully hang the shower door onto the pivot mechanism or hinges. Ensure that it is aligned correctly and opens and closes smoothly. Adjust the door as needed to achieve the desired fit and function.
Seal the gaps: Apply silicone sealant along the edges and joints of the shower enclosure to create a watertight seal. This prevents water from leaking out of the shower area and onto the bathroom floor.
Test and make adjustments: After completing the installation, thoroughly test the shower enclosure by running water to check for any leaks or issues. Make any necessary adjustments or tighten screws as needed.
Clean and finish: Clean the shower enclosure, removing any adhesive residue or markings. Wipe down the glass panels and frames to ensure they are spotless and ready for use.