basement shower replacing

Old 12-22-08, 10:35 AM
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basement shower replacing

hi iam new to this site and a novice do it yourselfer. i am seeking advice. i have a older home in which prior owner installed a round fiberglass shower with round pan in a square area down in basement.It is crowded to use and wasting the space. i am planing to take the round shower out and tile the walls instead to make a square shower. i have some experiences in tileing walls but my problem is the floor of the shower, can i tile over it? it is a cement floor. if can How? i dont know if i can use a ready made pan as the drain is off center in the area and most ready mades seem to be centered. any advices out there ?
Old 12-22-08, 03:14 PM
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You can have a cultured marble base made to fit, but it ain't cheap. If you are set to do the project, don't let it hold you up. Find a manufacturer locally and ask them to give you a price. Try to have the dimensions and hole location pretty close so they can see what you want. I would also have them make the final measurements to be safe.

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