How difficult an operation is it to remove existing and replace new glass
shower doors? I am speaking of bipass type not folding. They will sit on
top of a bathtub with a top height not to exceed 68 inches.
Not hard at all. In most cases the sides are anchored to the wall. They
have to be plumb. The bottom track rests on the tub and caulked in place.
The top rail goes over the two sides supports and is screwed to them. Then
the doors are hung on roller. Takes a couple of hours.
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