38X38"x78 Rnd Chrm/clr Glass

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Product Details

With a neo-angle round shape and contemporary frameless design, this ASB Cerise 39 in. x 44 in. x 78 in. Shower Stall in White is a stylish option for your corner shower. The shower stall features a 6 in. deep base with a drain and drain cover. Polished-chrome accents finish the clean design of this shower stall.

Specifications

  • ADA Compliant : No
  • Assembled Depth (in.) : 38 in
  • Assembled Height (in.) : 78 in
  • Assembled Width (in.) : 38 in
  • Color : Chrome frame, white base
  • Color Family : Other
  • Depth (in) : 8 in
  • Height (in) : 78 in
  • Item Package Type : Cardboard Container
  • Item Weight : 152 lb
  • Manufacturer Warranty : Limited 5-year warranty
  • Product Depth (in.) : 38
  • Product Height (in.) : 78
  • Product Length (in.) : 38 in
  • Product Weight (lb.) : 152
  • Product Width (in.) : 38 in
  • Shape : Neo-angle Round
  • Tray Material : Plastic
  • Wall Material : Acrylic
  • Width (in) : 38 in

Reviews (29)

  • hammerman
    1 year, 8 months ago at Home Depot
    Montana, USA

    4.0 / 5.0

    Follow instructions carefully,recaulk seams and make sure everything is square and level.Extra support for the base is a good idea also.

  • Mattygabe
    1 year, 10 months ago at Home Depot
    Western PA

    4.0 / 5.0

    This was the centerpiece of our recent bathroom remodel. We were a bit skittish to purchase it after reading all of the "it leaks" and "its horrible" reviews, but soon came to find out that just about every corner shower stall out there has about 75% of these reviews.Once we got it home, it was another good 3 weeks before we got to actually install it (started the complete remodel the day after it was purchased and brought home) - so I had plenty of time to read and re-read the directions. I placed the studs EXACTLY where the directions stated, and checked and re-checked the instructions every step of the way.I will say that initially, ours did leak. I was aware of how much caulk would be needed to finish the unit, and the first go-around tried to caulk where I thought was needed (this is one area where the instructions are a bit vague). After some field testing (wife and I taking morning showers before work) - we realized that not only the sides of the panels (where glass butts up against the fiberglass walls) and the base of the track (sitting on the fiberglass base) need caulked, but where the panels slide into and sit in the track needs to be caulked as well, and where the plastic "water guards" (the chrome-finished pieces) sit in the track - those all need to be caulked as well. For safe measure I also caulked the outside of the track, and caulked the bottom of the base.Once these parts were caulked, it leaks no more.Be sure you get plenty of tubes of caulk, and don't skimp out on it, either. I purchased clear 100% silicone caulk made by GE, Supreme Silicone - probably about 4 or 5 tubes (runs upwards of eight dollars a tube at time of writing - phew!). It has a 30-minute shower ready time, but for thicker applications it recommends a full 8 hour cure time before use. It was fantastic and really helped make this shower unit water tight. Curing fumes within the first half hour window are very acidic and sting the nostrils like a strong vinegar, so be sure to vent the area well.If you're Quickdraw Mcgraw when it comes to instructions and install, this shower is not for you. You need patience, good reading skills and a little more patience in order to install this unit properly.

  • cookie
    2 years, 2 months ago at Home Depot
    Darlington, PA 16115, USA

    1.0 / 5.0

    We bought this shower last year and have not got it to stop leaking yet! We have used tons of caulking everywhere and havent fixed it yet! In the process of ripping out all the caulking and starting over! Looking on here for some tips to fix it!

  • mannyfresh
    2 years, 3 months ago at Home Depot

    1.0 / 5.0

    Looks great, but it leaks all the time. Really bad design.

  • jayo
    2 years, 3 months ago at Home Depot

    4.0 / 5.0

    i have read the reviews and cannot understand what is the problem. I have installed 3 of these units and not one has had a leak. as for the walls you pruchase thenm if you want, i installed all the units without the wall. right on the tile for a sweet finish.

  • buznine
    2 years, 3 months ago at Home Depot
    pennsylvania

    4.0 / 5.0

    before purchasing i read all the reviews. seemed to me the main problems were caused by unlevel floors and out of square walls. take the time to read and re-read the instructions front to back. pay real attention to the measurements for stud replacement, as this really matters and you won't get a second chance. iI took my time, and my level became my best friend. I have had no problems whatsoever, and am pleased with the clean look it gave the room. no leaks, caulk carefully, and remember-level, plumb and square.

  • DanB
    2 years, 3 months ago at Home Depot
    Mesa, AZ, USA

    1.0 / 5.0

    Buyer BewareThis is a good looking unit, I was very impressed with how it looked in the display at Home Depot. I got in, closed the door... it came off the hinges... this should have been my first clue. I thought nothing of it, just some adjusting.I purchased it and still, after having it professionally installed and adjusted, it still comes off the rails all the time. It leaked around the frame like everyone else indicated. I went into Home Depot and they said to call the manufacturer to see what could be done as I did not want to have it ripped out of my bathroom costing even more. I have emailed and left a phone message with the manufacture. No answer yet, but we will see I guess. I don't have high hopes.

  • Jeff
    2 years, 4 months ago at Home Depot
    Pa.

    2.0 / 5.0

    Where to start ASB="American Shower and Bath" made in China Three different sets of install instructions: one on-line, one in the glass and showerbase "kit",and one in the wall surround kit none matched. Packaging calls for 100% silcone caulking written word calls for acrylic/latex caulk. The holes in the tempered glass door were to far apart for the handle; some screws were not threaded. Had two order replacement parts to finish the project. My customer picked it at Home Depot and they seem happy with final product. I would NOT take it if you gave it to me free

  • dayle1
    2 years, 5 months ago at Home Depot

    3.0 / 5.0

    Rebuilding after a total fire loss and haven't finished the install yet, so don't know about leaks. But the 1" lip on the base should prevent any leaks behind the walls. I did caulk the joint between the panels during assembly. And the instructions clearly state where caulk should be applied. I only question why no caulk or gasket between the aluminum bottom rail and the base and I plan to use silicone caulk during that portion of the assembly.I read some reviews complaining about the base cracking and it is pretty thin, so if not properly supported I can see how it might flex and crack. I did beef up the sides of the base using construction adhesive and 5-1/2" wide strips of scrap sheetrock. Also, my install is on a slab and the cutout for the P-trap needed to be filled with concrete anyway, so I used a bag of mortar mix and put some under the rest of the base, then pressed it down and leveled. Once cured, the base now sounds like solid stone even with the 1-2" of styrofoam between the plastic and the mortar. So, I don't think it is going to crack.

  • Jill
    2 years, 7 months ago at Home Depot
    Franklinton, NC 27525, USA

    3.0 / 5.0

    Be sure to pay close attention to description of shower enclosure kit!! It is just crazy that there would be an additional charge of $279 for the walls. When a manufacturer states kit it should come with walls!!!! $800 for this enclosure is insane!!

  • Danie
    2 years, 7 months ago at Home Depot
    San Diego,CA

    2.0 / 5.0

    This shower looks great and is very space saving yet the roller broke on one of the doors and it took way to long and calling way too many different numbers to even try to replacethe part and still havent gotten an answer.....to top it off nothing is in English....Horrible customer service from the manufactorer...yet Home Depot was awsome to help me get the info I needed!!

  • Blake
    2 years, 8 months ago at Home Depot
    Chicago

    2.0 / 5.0

    10 days into installing this thing and I have yet to get it completely stop leaking... I wish I had read all these reviews before purchasing the shower. Quality is great, looks great, but why in the world don't they clearly state what needs to be caulked! I came back to homedepot.com to try to see if there was a better instruction set online -- I guess I am going to keep caulking until it stops leaking... It is a shame, this shower is awesome looking and a really good value.

  • Bryce
    2 years, 9 months ago at Home Depot
    Brunswick, OH

    4.0 / 5.0

    I had no problems with the installation. The walls were plumb and square, the floor was leveled. I used premium GE silicone caulking and has no issues. I did trial fit the base and walls checking for plumb and level before attaching anything.

  • ted111
    2 years, 9 months ago at Home Depot
    Casper, Wyoming

    4.0 / 5.0

    We took a lot of time reviewing the shower stalls available at the major box stores as well as online before selecting the "CERISE" because of appararent superior quality. The unit came well packaged.I read and re-read the installation instructions several times before beginning installation then had the advantage of building the area for the shower from scratch therefore all walls, etc were positioned exactly square, plumb, etc.The base and walls installed very easy and the instructions were fine.The glass enclosure installed easy as well but but the door adjustment doesn't have enough adjustment to pull the lower rollers far enough up to keep them from easily popping out of the track, I don't know how to correct this but believe with this system the springs in the lower rollers aren't adequate.Our biggest problem began with the instructions for sealing the unit after assembly. The only instructions are on page 19, item 24 which just says to "seal the vertical crack between the glass panels and the wall and around the ends of the lower track to wall joints" which we did. After 2 days curing I took a shower and immediatly saw water was pouring out all around the lower track.I called "Mascobath" tech services and was told all inside seams must be caulked which after 2 days of drying with a fan we did but we still had significant leaking.I called again and was then told the lower "waterguards" should also be sealed as well as the holes on the inside/bottom of the lower track which to accompolish this I had to "cut the vertical seals from the sides to glass panels then totally dissamble the unit. Again we had 2 days drying before we could begin to reassemble.When we went back together I sealed everyting including the area where the side glass panels sit down into the lower track, the water guards, behind and around all 6 of the wall connections, completly around the inner and outer joints of the lower track to the base, inside and outside the vertical joints between the side glass panels to the walls and all the way around the base to floor.Our concern was if any water gets into the lower track it cannot get out and will just create mildew and mold so we have tried to prevent this from happening.While the quality of the unit is exceptionally good the design of this lower area is very poor. There should not need to be the amount of caulking done as we had to do but if there is then the instructions should clearly outline this. As we did the project ourselves we did not incurr additional labor costs, only about 10 days additionl time but if a customer had hired a plumber I would expect his bill to be considrably more than his estimate.I would hope Mascobath will correct the issues I have outlined so future customers do not have the same problems.

  • Dryler
    2 years, 11 months ago at Home Depot

    2.0 / 5.0

    The shower looks great but is poorly designed and suffers from poor manufacturing. After install, I had to apply generous amounts of caulk to all areas where different parts met (and base of the glass panel was bent and allowed water to leak through before caulking). As there was never any gaskets provided, or suggestions in the instructions to put silicone in the joints. Caulk stuck fine, but took much extra work to seal the leaks, and this in a level and square location. Also, the shower scratched very easily.

  • Farmboy
    2 years, 11 months ago at Home Depot
    Wellington FL.

    4.0 / 5.0

    I had no problem with tub and tile sealant. Not sure what the other reviewer did but mine has been leak proof for two years now. Price is right too.

  • Vicky
    3 years ago at Home Depot

    1.0 / 5.0

    I chose this shower because I loved the look of it. We have a small bathroom and it was the perfect size. But I have been dealing with this thing leaking for 10 months. None of the caulk products I have tried will stick to it, and believe me I have tried them all. There wasn't anything to put between the base and walls to seal it, no product was included or recommended that would stick to it. No matter what I have used it has peeled right off. If it had some kind of gasket to put it on that might work, but at this point I have grown to hate the shower I wanted so much. I wouldn't recommend it to my worst enemy. Honestly I wouldn't even give it one star!

  • JB66
    1 year, 5 months ago at Home Depot
    Utah, USA

    4.0 / 5.0

    A number of people have mentioned that this shower leaks. I don't know what produced that outcome for them but mine does not leak. However, you must be very careful when caulking - thinking all the time about how the water will flow in the shower and where it may get outside of the barrier. Particularly with the lower track it is easy to have water build up inside the aluminum track and then leak outside. I intentionally did not seal part of the inside at the ends so that any water getting inside the metal would flow back into the shower as it exited the end of the track.Also, image #2 of the framing shows a 2x4 that protrudes toward the shower (I think they called this a "stringer" but I can't find it again in the instructions). Anyway, this piece of wood, particularly, must be in exactly the right place, because it is the piece of wood that the glass-attachment screws will go into. If this piece of wood is out of place then the glass would be held in place by the plastic only - which probably would be dangerous. So, pay close attention when framing.This was the first shower I built and it was not fast. But with careful attention it came out quite well and it is now my favorite shower.

  • twinster2
    1 year, 4 months ago at Home Depot
    Michigan, USA

    1.0 / 5.0

    I purchased this unit, opened the box, looked at the base and then returned it. The base is 1/8 inch thick ABS plastic shell with a styrofoam backing. One look at it told me that this was designed to make it just past the 5 year warranty. Sorry but if I'm going to spend the time and money to redo my bathroom, I want something that is going to last 10 or 15 years!

  • Anonymous
    1 year, 4 months ago at Home Depot
    Southbury, CT, USA

    5.0 / 5.0

    We just love this glass Cerese shower stall.It looks like a jewel, had it in use 5 x months. NEVER leaked.I would definitely recommend this shower stall.Just follow the directions and READ the reviews of peoplethat had no problems installing this stall.REMEMBER: MEASURE, USE A LEVEL AND MEASUREAGAIN. ALWAYS USE YOUR LEVEL and you won't haveany leakage...We just LOVE IT. A great buy and product.

  • fishes
    1 year, 4 months ago at Home Depot
    Rhode Island, USA

    4.0 / 5.0

    After the plumber installed the shower, it leaked the first day I used it. So I bought some clear silicone and caulked it from the inside of the shower. I covered every joints and seams of that shower and it stopped leaking. Just make sure you clean the seams with solvents and dry them before caulking them.

  • Anonymous
    1 year, 6 months ago at Home Depot
    Southbury Connecticut

    5.0 / 5.0

    My husband read the review of one man who said,"WHEN PUTTING TOGETHER YOU MUST MEASURE,AND USE A "LEVEL" ON ALL OF THE PRODUCT.Our house is old and my husband used a level and measuring tape and plumb very carefully. Our walls andfloor was just a bit off so he had to make sure each stepwas plumb, measured & used a plumb. Must be right onperfect.We have NO LEAKS....and we love our shower stall.If you get a plumber to put it together and it still leakshe is NOT a good plumber. My husband is a great plumber and KNOWS what he is doing.Thank you.

  • jillanaj
    1 year, 6 months ago at Home Depot
    Texas, USA

    4.0 / 5.0

    Looks good, functions well. After reading other reviews we made sure it was caulked well. We had it professionally installed. We did the tiled wall option as I'm not a fan of the prefab plastic walls. My only regret is that we used the prefab base. It "gives" as you step in which I don't like. Would have preferred a tiled floor as well as the walls. We're trying to maximize space in our small farmhouse and it really opened up the room.

  • John
    1 year, 11 months ago at Home Depot
    Utah

    3.0 / 5.0

    I haven't gotten to the issue of operation and leaks yet (still in the midst of installation, but near the end); although I can see how others would potentially have problems in this regard. My experience so far has been with the installation, which has its concerns and risks.I bought the whole shower kit: walls, base, and glass.The walls and glass came with similar, but not identical instructions. Notably, when it came time to install the glass one set of instructions referenced certain parts (screws) and the other set of instructions referenced a somewhat and significantly different set of screws. The instructions actually packaged with the glass gave the correct instructions.When installing the studs for the walls it is necessary to be very precise in locating what they call the "backer board". This looks like it will be simply support for the acrylic walls, but it is actually the support for the glass. If it is not in precisely the right place then the glass will be unsupported.There are a few critical measurements and they don't warn you that a subsequent step will heavily depend upon the acccuracy of the previous step. For example, when I put in the left and right glass panels (not the door) the installation requires that a 1/8 inch space be left between the toward-the-middle edge of the glass (the edge away from the attachment brackets) and the end of the slot in which the glass sits. if this space is not present then "water guards" installed near the end of the process will not go in (as they don't in mine).Also, when the top rail is installed you are supposed to use 5 self-drilling metal screws to lock it in place. However, these screws are installed through holes in the aluminum rail and it would be very easy for the screw to dislodge off the end of the screwdriver as you are attemping to make the screw drill its way through the aluminum. If this happens the screw would be "lost" within the extruded aluminum - requiring you either to leave it there and get an alternative or take the rail off in order to shake out the screw. Seeing this potential problem "coming" I pre-drilled my holes with an actual drill bit. All went well. (Although if you use this technique you need to be careful not to push hard and drive the bit into the glass below. Brace the drill so it cannot lurch forward when penetrating the aluminum and drill at a slow and controlled speed.)The shower door hangs on two rollers. It is a heavy glass door. Maybe two will be fine, but it does make be a bit nervous. When I saw the example in the store I thought the door would be supported by four rollers, but the bottom two actually pull up to keep the bottom in place and they don't bear weight. So, the whole glass door hangs on two points of weight bearing.The instruction manuals come with inserted "correction" pages. There are a number of these pages. LOOK AT THEM. Since they are separate pages (and since we all get so many disclaimer pages with products these days), it is easy to bypass these pages. That would be a mistake. (And, as noted above, in my product there were even differing manuals (covering the same material) with the different parts of the same overall product. Things do change; so, changes in manuals may be expected. However, I bought this product in July of 2012 and one of the manuals I had was Revision A from January of 2010 and the other was Revision B from September of 2010.Last, in regard to leaks. I haven't gotten to use this yet (wanted to comment on all of the above while it was fresh in my mind); however, I can see how leaks could easily be a problem. For example, the lower extruded aluminum rail has chambers in it which could get water in them from water running down the glass. This water would then stay in the chambers of the rail and would try to find an exit at the ends. If some intentional way was not left for the water to run into the shower stall (by intentionally leaving a portion of the inside of the rail without caulk, and only caulking the outside of the rail completely) then the water would leak out, possibly to the outside of the shower. So, this is an issue.So, I think I'm going to like this shower when its done, and it was considerably less expensive than the two thousand dollar variety. However, you need to be good at installing things, detail oriented, and I can see how leaking could easily be an issue (hope it doesn't happen to me also when this is done.).Would I recommend this shower? Hmmm. Probably "yes", but this is not for a novice. The company is not very insightful in the design. For example, it would be easy for the manufacturer to make the walls so that the "backer boards" would have to be in the right place and thus the installer could know very early on if these critical boards were not properly located. Also, issues of bottom rail leaks could be easily solved by appropriate drain holes (toward shower interior) and instructions to fill then ends of the hidden rail chambers with caulk before the rails are installed. Last, I would have considered designing the bottom rails so that the rollers on that rail also provided support for the heavy glass door (making 4 support points instead of 2).

  • blue
    2 years ago at Home Depot

    1.0 / 5.0

    This shower stall was installed a few months ago and the plumber who installed it has been back 3 different times to caulk this. I have also tried to caullk it a few times. STILL LEAKING! Do not buy this product just for the pure frustration factor. If anyone has any GOOD suggestions to stop the leaking please post!!

  • Pop322
    1 year, 10 months ago at Home Depot
    Natick, MA, USA

    2.0 / 5.0

    I knew I was in trouble when the door shattered. Home Depot in Natick was great in resolving that issue...The installation went OK after that. Since installed....it leaks.I took out all the original caulking and am in the process of re-caulking. Does anyone who had a leak and solved it have any sugestions? Has anyone caulked the inside seams of the walls? Does ASG ever look at these comments?

  • sch123456
    1 year, 7 months ago at Home Depot
    moscow, id

    5.0 / 5.0

    This shower is an excellent addition to the remodel of our downstairs bathroom. The previous shower was a tin box so this is a vast improvement. My husband and I are first timers on DIY projects in our home so after reading the reviews about this shower-after we had bought it of course-we were soon regretting our purchase. But after we used thinset to set the base in, tiled the back-splash and clauked in the top of the glass casing, the bottom of the glass casing, and the sides flush with the tiled walls (everything inside and out) we have had no issues with it leaking like several people have had. We just caulked ONCE with the recommended caulking (GE Supreme Silicone 30 min shower-ready-10 yr mold-free protection) that another customer had used and recommended and also had no issues whatsoever. We had family for Thanksgiving and after it being used daily several times for 6 days still no leaks! We love it! PS The door is nice and sturdy! No issues with it falling off-just tighten it down with the top rollers and it is very sturdy-we have a 20 mo old that loves to open and shut it!

  • larso1dl
    1 year, 7 months ago at Home Depot
    Alanson, MI

    4.0 / 5.0

    I've seen a lot of reviews on here complaining about this shower leaking. I think you may be using the wrong sealing materials. Do not use calk in the space between the glass and the wall. The majority of the leaks seem to come from the area around the bottom mounting bracket. My advice to you, Put the shower together. After completely constructed, Take off one set of brackets at a time (the bottom two first). Using CLEAR SILICONE, seal both the inside, and outside of the shower. While caulk is generally waterproof, even the best caulks break down over time if overexposed to water. Silicone, on the other hand, does not break down nearly as quickly. Once you've sealed the entire shower area, reattach the brackets, and seal them inside and out as well. Silicone is cheap, damaged floors are not. If you do this correctly, you will not have leaking.As for the issue of water getting behind the walls, again use silicone, and make sure you're sealing the top of the walls too. We used white plastic rivets to make sure that the walls were properly attached. I'd recommend attaching this to drywall or cement board, rather than directly to the studs. This allows you to anchor the shower with plastic rivets, and will also prevent water seepage.Overall, I'm pretty pleased with this shower. It looks good, functions well, and seems to be holding up great for me.

  • EnglePrecisionServices
    1 year, 7 months ago at Home Depot
    California

    3.0 / 5.0

    Good design with very few seems to clean and leak from. When the directions say that the base and walls need to be plumb and square, it does! Not just putting the bubble between the lines, but dead centered between the lines.The directions say to use silicone on the inside of the glass, except that you can't get a continuous bead due to the wall brackets. So I sealed from the outside to allow water to run back into the shower stall.One of the slider wheels broke during adjusment... be careful.