- Manufactured to match the AmeriWall bath and shower surrounds
- Lots of sizes to choose from
- Easy to clean with mild soap and water
- Double window kits are used for windows that are completely below the top of the bath tub or shower wall
The window kits are made from the same thermally formed acrylic as the bath and shower surrounds. They have the look and feel of ceramic tile at an affordable price.
PACKAGING: $30 PER ENCLOSURE UP TO 62″ HIGH, $40 PER ENCLOSURE OVER 62″ HIGH, $15 PER BOX FOR WINDOW KIT, AND $10 PER BOX FOR CORNER SHELF. THIS PRICE LIST IS EFFECTIVE JANUARY 1, 2014 AND REPLACES ALL PREVIOUSLY PUBLISHED PRICE LISTS. AMERICAN BATH ENTERPRISES, INC. PRICES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE. Final height and width dimensions of the delivered products shall be within reasonable tolerances of the quoted height and width dimensions.
|Single Window Kit Installation Video||Double Window Kit Installation Video|
A double window kit consists of two sill pieces (sized from 16” to 48” wide) and two 48”side pieces. If the entire window frame is within the back wall of the enclosure, then a double window kit is needed.
Angle grinder with 4½” metal cutting disc or jigsaw Carpenter square Caulking gun Denatured Alcohol Measuring tape Pencil Safety goggles Straight edge Utility knife
1 Tube- LOCTITE Power Grab or compatible construction grade adhesive for tub surround 1 Tube- DAP 100% Silicone White
Step One: Install the left wall panel following the AmeriWall™ installation instructions. Step Two: Measure from the top of the bath tub or shower pan to the bottom of the window sill (Note: Add 1/8” to each measurement). Step Three: Measure from the edges of the back wall panel to the edges of the window frame(Note: Add 1/8” to each measurement). Step Four: Trim left vertical side of the back wall panel if needed. Step Five: Dry -fit the back wall panel and draw a line on the sheetrock to mark the height of the wall pane. Step Six: Measure from the top of the window frame to the top of the wall enclosure. Step Seven: Cut back wall panel to fit window frame opening. Step Eight: Clean the trimmed edges and dry-fit back wall panel for proper fitting. Step Nine: Apply adhesive around the window frame. Step Ten: Apply adhesive to back wall panel and install. Step Eleven: Measure the width and depth of the window sills and the depth of the window sides for proper fitting. Step Twelve: Turn the window sills upside down, measure from the top edge of the bullnose and cut to fit the window frame. Step Thirteen: Trim window sills’ width and depth. Step Fourteen: Dry-fit window sills and side pieces (NOTE: Brace the top sill if required). Step Fifteen: Measure depth and width of window sides. Step Sixteen: Cut 1” off the top and bottom of the side pieces then trim the side pieces to fit between the sills and header. Step Seventeen: Dry-fit window sills and side pieces. Step Eighteen: Clean all seams and outside perimeter of the window kit with Denatured Alcohol before applying White silicone.
Liquid adhesive: Construction-grade adhesive and caulks tend to be very flammable. When using the liquid adhesive for installing AmeriWall™ products, be sure to follow the manufacturer’s instructions and warnings. Acrylic cleaning instructions: Wash with mild soap/detergent and lukewarm water, using a clean cloth or sponge. Rinse well and blot dry with a damp cloth or chamois. For stubborn stains or scuff marks, use Gel Gloss, an excellent one-step cleaner and polishing product, or any other acrylic friendly cleaning products available at most local hardware stores. For soap scum, use any acrylic friendly soap scum remover that should also be available at most hardware stores. Abrasive cleaners: Never use abrasive cleaners, strong household cleaners, window cleaning fluids, scouring compounds, gritty cloths or solvents on AmeriWall™ surfaces.