Glass shower door hinges – Frameless glass shower doors can be hung from a head track or from the side hinges. Since they do not have a frame, the track or hinges must be attached directly to the glass, or at least appear to be. Actually, the hardware usually holds the door when tightening the screws and a rubber gasket between the hardware and the door prevents damage to the glass. When the screws are loose, the door can slide out and sink or hang unevenly. Readjust these doors with some wood to prop up the door and a screwdriver.
Leakage around the sides and bottom of the frameless shower door are usually the result of misaligned door hinges. Frameless shower doors use two or three hinges, depending on the size of the door and the weight of the glass. Fitting glass shower door hinges usually solves most of the loss problems. It is necessary to have an assistant because the door has to be lifted from the outside while the screws of the hinges, which are inside the shower, are adjusted. Open the shower door completely. Place a level on the wall of the shower when the door closes. If the wall is out of lead, the problem is with the formulation of the shower, and it takes a professional to carry out the tiles and the wedge out of the frame.
Stand inside the shower and close the glass shower door hinges. Loosen the screws on the door hinges with a Phillips screwdriver. Just turn each screw two revolutions. Consult your assistant to place 3/8 inch wedges between the bottom of the door and the shower tray. The hinges will snap back as you slide the wedges under the door. Re-tighten all the hinge screws. Remove the wedges and operate the door. If necessary, loosen the screws in the door lock and move it up or down as necessary before retightening the screws. Glass shower doors are heavy and fragile. Have a friend to help you if you do not feel confident in your ability to raise one.