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Make A New Mobile Home Shower Door The Center Of Your Renovations


Mobile home shower doors are designed to provide style and functionality in a potentially small space. They are available for bathtub/shower combinations and stand-up showers as well. If you are seeking replacement shower doors for your mobile home bathroom, you will be pleased with the number of options available.

 

At mobilehomepartsstore.com, you will find the Coastal 54-Inch Bypass Shower Door Enclosure. This pair of sliding doors features two towel racks, each the full width of the door. The frames on these doors are shiny silver and the textured glass provides privacy while still allowing light to flow through. If you are looking for ideas for an aftermarket addition that will spice up your bathroom renovations, this could be the answer. It is priced at $189.95.

Another great resource for discount mobile home and trailer shower doors is ashvillemobilehomes.com. Here you will find tempered glass doors with an anodized silver finish. You can choose a set of doors to fit any one of four different shower bases. Prices range from $108.75 to $128.75.

Perhaps the bathroom in your manufactured or modular home would benefit from the addition of the wide hammered glass shower doors that are for sale at mobilehomestuffstore.com. This set is 54 inches wide, and the outside door features a towel rack. The modern chrome trim completes the look. This set was designed for a space that is 54 inches wide. It is priced at $255.00 and is item number 53-54030.

If you are remodeling your mobile home and are looking for something new and different, you might consider the Folding Shower Doors at mobilehomeadvantage.com. This is a contemporary look comprised of two glass doors that are hinged to open accordion style. They are made of Veil Lite Lexan, which is the same material used to make race car windows. You can choose from six different trims to create the best look for you. The set sells for $179.00 and measures 28 to 32 inches wide by 64 inches tall.

Some mobile home bathrooms have more space in front of the shower, making room for a pivoting door like the Hinged Shower Door at randgsupply.com. This door comes in three different widths so you choose the one that best suits your needs. If your current door is not in good repair, it may be less expensive to shop at this wholesale site than it is to repair your current door. This hammered glass product is framed in silver tone and comes in 24, 28, and 32 inch-wide options. Prices range from $148.22 to $149.97.

At mobilehomedepotmi.com, you will find a wide selection of new and used mobile home accessories, including shower doors. The Pivot Shower Door is designed for a shower pan that measures 32 inches square. It features hammered glass, a silver anodized frame and a full length hinge system. You can purchase this product for $188.48; it is item number 210112, or, if you would like to consider the used shower door, it is 210111.

Another one of the many reputable suppliers that specialize in accessories for mobilehomes is emhsupply.com. Here you will find the Sliding Shower Door Set. This is a bypass set that is designed to work with a shower pan rather than a bathtub. It features brushed silver frames and hammered glass on the doors, with towel racks on each door as well. This set measures 54 inches tall by 65 inches wide and sells for $246.48.


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