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Cliff Asked :Is it possible to use have the door with the hinges mounted on the left hand (as walking in to shower) and the left-hand upright attached to a return wall on LHS? Also is it possible to attach to the RHS upright a 700mm side panel BUT USE THE SIDE PANEL AS A STRAIGHT CONTINUATION OF THE FRONT FACE and attach its RHS upright to another return wall on the right? (i.e. There is a recess approx 1.80m wide and 70cm deep (previously the space of a bath - which I want to replace as a shower unit. The positions of an existing W.C. and hand-basin do not allow many variations as to the access position to any new shower screen & door) My 2 return walls are 1.83m apart, and I want to have a front face with a door in the position I have indicated above. If it is possible, do I need (and do you supply) a bar that fits across the whole width (i.e. 1.80m or 1.83m) of the TOP of the structure & which can be fixed to the side walls or is there any other way of bracing the top horizontal face? If none of this is possible, is there any other product(s) that might provide the above layout? Thanks in anticipation Regards Cliff Gorman
Answered By QS Team :
The Door suits both side, flip it, The side panel cannot be attached as per the below request to have this as a continuation, would it possible to build the tiles up and use a 1700mm sliding door?
delyth Asked :1100 wide - Can the bifold door be hinged on either side? The picture has it hinged on the right as we look at it and I'd like it to be hinged on the left for access reasons? Thanks in advance