Asked by: Zarek Tabernerostyle and fashion bath and shower
How do you measure a shower enclosure?
Last Updated: 9th February, 2020
- Always make sure that you are measuring “finished” walls.
- Measure the width from finished wall to finished wall in at least three places (72″ up from base of shower, shower base/threshold, middle).
- Use a level to validate that the shower base/threshold and walls are straight.
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In this manner, how do you measure a glass shower enclosure?
Measure the desired height of the door on each side of the opening to the nearest 1/16 inch. If the tiles in your shower don't extend all the way to the ceiling, use the top of the tiles as the line for the top of the shower door. Otherwise, just make sure the top of the door is above the level of the showerhead.
Likewise, what are the sizes of shower trays? Typically, shower trays range from 25mm to about 40mm tall (our Everstone range offers the lowest profile). Whilst space-saving shower trays tend to be smaller, they're designed to provide ample space in the shower for a comfortable and refreshing shower experience.
Keeping this in view, how do you measure a quadrant shower enclosure?
If it's a quadrant shower enclosure, you will also need to find out the radius, and there is an easy way of doing this (as long as it's not an offset quadrant shower enclosure). Measure one side, this will give you the length, then measure from one side up to the point the line of the enclosure starts to arc.
What is the standard size for a glass shower door?
Shower Door Size Specifications The height of the glass can range between the minimim size of your opening to maximum of 96". Standard height (most common maybe the better word) of a single glass shower door is 72".