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Product description

Size:45 - 46 in. wide x 76 in. high  |  Color:AquaGlideXP Clear Glass

Basco’s Celesta frameless hinged shower door compliments any bathroom décor. The Celsta Frameless Shower door has minimal out-of-square alignment, the wall the shower door is installed on must be a plumb wall. The adjustment comes in the panel side of the shower door unit within the U-channel. Heavy, 3/8 inch clear glass adds stability and enhances luxury appearance and feel. Expert DIY skills or professional installation is recommended. Ensure your measurements are precise and finished wall material is in place before measuring for your shower door. The base and walls for the unit must be constructed with proper wood blocking prior to installation to ensure the weight of the enclosure is properly supported as it may result in product failure. At minimum, 2 x 4 blocking is required at the location of any structural member of the unit. All fasteners at these locations are required to be installed into the blocking. At Basco Shower Enclosures, our goal is to create a remarkable experience for you. Because the shower is everything, our team of design engineers and precision craftsmen create a comprehensive family of shower enclosures we’re proud to brand with the Basco name. We make the selection of your shower door easy and offer helpful and responsive customer service to answer all of your questions. All Basco shower enclosures are backed by a Limited Lifetime Warranty.


From the manufacturer

45 shower door 45.5 shower door 45.75 shower door 46 shower door 45.25 shower door 46 in shower door
Deluxe 46 x 72-1/8 Infinity 46 x 68-5/8 Infinity 46 x 72-1/8 Infinity 46 x 76-1/8 Celesta 46 x 72 Celesta 46 x 76
Opening Width Range 45 - 46 in. 45 - 46 in. 45 - 46 in. 45 - 46 in. 45 - 46 in. 45 - 46 in.
Height 72-1/8 in. 68-5/8 in. 72-1/8 in. 76 in. 72 in. 76 in.
Glass Thickness 3/16 in. 1/4 in. 1/4 in. 1/4 in. 3/8 in. 3/8 in.
Finish Options Brushed Nickel, Chrome, Oil Rubbed Bronze Brushed Nickel, Chrome, Oil Rubbed Bronze Brushed Nickel, Chrome, Oil Rubbed Bronze Brushed Nickel, Chrome, Oil Rubbed Bronze Brushed Nickel, Chrome, Oil Rubbed Bronze Brushed Nickel, Chrome, Oil Rubbed Bronze
Glass Options AquaGlideXP Clear, Clear AquaGlideXP Clear, Clear AquaGlideXP Clear, Clear AquaGlideXP Clear, Clear AquaGlideXP Clear, Clear AquaGlideXP Clear, Clear

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