Kid Cid Posted December 11, 2006 Share Posted December 11, 2006 OK, I don't have any pics of the issue right now, but I'll try and get some tonight. The problem is with the shower door as seen here. After Ms Cid and I are done taking showers, there is a fair bit of water that has splashed under the door and outside of the shower. Now, this is only on the left hand side, the doo ron the right hand side doesn't exhibit this behavior. Remember, these are sliding doors, not swing out types. I've had the lead carpenter look at this issue and he felt that It's in the shower door design. The glass door on that side is the one farthest from the frame. There's approximately a half inch gap between the the bottom of the glass and the frame underneath it and the glass is about 3/4" from the piece of the frame that sticks up to keep the water inside the shower. The shower door guys lowered the glass down as far as they could, but as water runs off the glass, the gap there is big enough for water to splash out of the shower. This morning the carpenter suggested that a different shower head may help the problem. That's rubbish as far as I'm concerned. What I want is a friggin shower door that keeps the water in the shower, not some mismatched f'ing shower head. The shower door is manufactured by Century. So I guess my question is, what's the chances of me getting this replaced with a unit that works? More importantly, one that I don't have to pay for? I've forked over big bucks already on this project, I don't think my wallet can handle any more. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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