R's bathroom. The old screen, which had a brace across to the tiles.
The new screen, fixed, although I am not sure why it stays in place. While the difference in the photos may not look huge, it does make a big difference. It is not really seen until the door is closed.
My old shower screen, noisy to open and close and the handle kept falling off.
Oh, the hot Middle Eastern slim lad tradesman has left the room. What will be return with?
With this. It makes a dramatic difference in my ensuite. The shower and the whole room look larger. The door opens in or out. I open it out. It has a little channel at the bottom of the glass that runs the dripping water back into the shower so that it doesn't drip on the floor when opened.
It was fairly painless. We had to dispose of the old screens, so we folded down the back seats in the car, once we worked out how to do it. Duh, there are two knobs to pull in the boot to release the seat backs at the same time as pushing the seat backs forward. How can I do that short of getting into the boot? I poked the seat back forward with a conveniently located umbrella. Mine wasn't too heavy as it was in three pieces, plus the framing. R's was with the swinging part and gosh that was heavy. I had no idea of the weight of glass used in these old shower screens. It was four trips up and down in the lift. We took them to the waste transfer station, along with some e waste. The separate metal parts went to be recycled and I guess the old screens will go into landfill. Pity.