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Give Your Motorhome A Facelift With A New RV Shower Enclosure


Your RV is your home away from home.  It is equipped with comfortable furniture, plush carpet, a fully equipped kitchen, and a fully equipped bathroom.  All of the comforts of home travel with you wherever you go.  When repairs or upgrades are needed, there are retailers and suppliers that specialize in parts and accessories for your motorhome or travel trailer, so when you need to look at replacement pieces for your bathroom you have lots of places to turn.

Modern RV shower enclosures help make your travels comfortable and enjoyable.  If you are in need of a replacement, you can shop at retailers like pplmotorhomes.com.  Here you will find products such as the Trident Shower Door.  This door is best suited for a Class A or Class C motorhome, like those manufactured by Fleetwood or Itasca.  The door swivels open on a side mounted hinge, and features a silver toned frame.  It is sold for $299.50.

Much like the elegant accents you have in your own home, the RV Triple Panel Glass Shower Door features textured glass and a gold toned frame.  This is a great door for saving space; sliding doors require no extra space for opening or closing, making it an excellent choice for Class C RV’s and travel trailers.  You will find that the showers in many models made by Airstream, Winnebago, and others are built to accommodate sliding doors. This product sells for $183.74 at pacificrvparts.com.

If you are seeking aftermarket products that are sold at wholesale prices, you might be interested in the Irvine White Folding Shower Doors.  These doors measure 48 inches long by 57 inches long, fitting most standard RV showers.  They fold open, accordion style, using no extra space to open or close.  The door, with the necessary hardware, is available at dyersonline.com for $96.66.

Many of today’s RV’s from such manufacturers as Holiday Rambler, Prevost, and others come with full enclosures, so when a replacement is needed, it could entail the floor as well as the door.  At twinsrecration.com, you will find the RV new Angle Shower Door.  Framed in white, this enclosure fits into the corner of your bathroom, and features a single glass door with glass panes on either side, all three in textured glass.  This enclosure is available for $820.34.

Tweetys.com is an outlet where you can find RV supplies and parts at discount prices.  For example, you can find the Folding Shower Door which folds open and closed, in ivory or white.  The surface is treated to resist mildew, and it is very easy to clean. It is available in three different sizes so you should have no trouble finding one to fit your bathroom.  This product sells for $64.83.

Another popular website for great RV supplies is pellandent.com.  Here you will find a selection of shower surrounds like the 38 by 24 by 56 One Piece Surround.  It fits a variety of bathroom spaces on RV’s from manufacturers like Monaco and Airstream, as well as many others.  Easy to care for and easy to install, the surround is sold for $354.67.  Shower doors are sold separately.

The Coastal 48-Inch Bypass Shower Door is sold at mobilehomepartsstore.com.  This is a two-pane sliding door with a bright silver finish and textured glass.  It fits shower pans and stalls that are 48 inches wide and 65 1/8 inches tall.  You can purchase this enclosure for $179.60.


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