Shower remodel


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Old 08-05-03, 08:29 AM
wjthomas2001
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Shower remodel

We need to replace an existing shower. It is tiled and we are looking at what is referred to as tile board(Lowes). I have never used it but I do know that it is used. Has anyone used this to replace tile? Just looking to see how well it worked and how it is holding up.


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Old 08-07-03, 03:06 PM
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wjthomas2001,

It's fairly inexpensive but does require edging and corner molding as well as ahesive. Needs to be placed on clean flat surface.

If cost is an issue this is cheap but it will not last that long but it will suffice. It does require constant cleaning.

If you are going to remove the tile, maybe using a good wall surround is in order. You are going to be replaceing the bse as well, right?

Look at these;

http://www.asbcorp.com/category.cfm?catid=10

http://www.lascobath.com/browse.pl?line=2&series=11
(I prefer Lasco remodel line)

http://www.elmustee.com/bathwall.html

http://www.theswancorp.com/products/...oors/index.php

http://www.sterlingplumbing.com/onli...Shower+Modules (4 pc)


Good Luck!
 
 

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