Zinc Alloy Shower Doors and Windows. Zinc Alloy Shower Doors is a luxurious addition to your shower room. A perfect blend of practicality and aesthetics. A Zinc Alloy Shower Door fits all popular steam shower units, bathroom glass shower doors, shower enclosures, cabinetry and pods with the standard curb fix size of 140mm between mounting fixings. A convenient and economical way to add a touch of class.
Add a touch of elegance to your steam shower room. With the new chrome finish chrome door handles and chrome faucets available, a more modern look can be added to any shower area. Chrome is a durable material that gives a clean, modern appearance to your steam room, while being easy to maintain. Chrome also adds a sense of durability, giving long lasting use and adding a sense of style. Installing a zinc alloy shower door handle and faucet in combination with chrome faucets and handles will create a clean, sleek, modern, durable and stylish look that will fit right in with today's bathroom design, giving you a complete remodel.
The first step in creating a beautiful remodel is to match the new chrome handles and faucets with your bathroom fixtures. With a zinc alloy shower door handles and faucet, chrome accessories come standard in many popular taps, including: rain and spa valves, soap dispensers, soap dishwashing brushes, and hand held shower heads. Add accessories to your existing units to bring the complete remodel together. Or simply take advantage of the free basic chrome shower door handles and faucets found at many home improvement retailers and online stores.
Bellavia Zinc alloy door handles are available in single and double-ended styles. With the double-ended versions, the handle can be shortened to just about three inches. This length makes it perfect for bathrooms with taller people. The single-ended handles provide a more ergonomic approach, which gives you more options as to how to position the shower handle in relation to other features in the bathroom, such as the tub or the wall mount toilet.
The easiest way to start the replacement of your existing shower door handle and faucet is to find the correct part and have it delivered to you, usually for free in some cases. If there is a problem during delivery or you are unhappy with the final product, most stores will refund your money or offer a store credit. Be sure to ask the sales clerk how to return the shower door handle if it does not fit properly. It should fit properly when it arrives but it never hurts to double check.
Once you know the size that you need and the style that you want, the process of installation begins. The first step is to attach the new handle to the shower stall wall using screws or bolt. This is usually covered with an adhesive strip so that the new handle does not damage the walls once it has been put into place. After securing the handles to the sides of the stall, zinc alloy screws will be needed to screw them in place. Zinc alloy screws are typically available at any home improvement store and online. The new handles will need to be mounted to the ceiling to ensure that water does not leak from the shower onto your floor.
You will need to make sure that the new handles are flush with the top of the door. If there is anything between the two handles and the top of the door, it can cause water to leak onto your tiles, floor or walls. Make sure that the screws are countersunk by inserting the screw into each side of the door and then screws the two screws together. Most shower doors will not need to be removed very often, but on some models it may be necessary to remove the door and access the handle and the rollers to replace the handle. The screws and the nuts that secure the door in place should also be loosening a little to give the door some room to open and close.
To complete the installation of the new handle, you will need to reconnect the Zinc Alloy Shower Door Hinges. The door should slide open and close easily when the hinges are open. Be sure to check that the door is aligned correctly before closing. When the door is closed, the hinge should click into its locked position and the shower handle will turn smoothly and lock into place.