Choosing a replacement shower kit


Old 09-07-11, 04:45 AM
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Choosing a replacement shower kit

We bought a small cottage with a damaged and leaking small corner shower.

The bathroom is very small and I need to stay with the 32in X 32in sized area.

I have been looking at a style exactly like the existing one but the reviews are mostly bad. Two manufacturers make this shower.

ASB calls it model # 401060 and at Lowes they show it is 74in high @ $430.00.

H.Depot has SAME ASB model number but say it is onlyh 70in high @ $339.00.

Sterling has what looks like identical shower model # Cl2900A-32S/W but at much higher price @ $746.00 at the H.Dpt.

OKAY - I typed all this to ASK if anyone has any experience with these corner shower kits and, if so, which is better than the other OR could you please suggest other makes/models.

My room won't allow for a larger shower and there isn't clearance for a swinging door to open and close so I either need a shower like the ones above with sliding doors that open to a corner entrance of something that will allow use of a shower curtain.

All help very much appreciated!
Old 09-07-11, 08:04 AM
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Before you buy any of those, I would call E L Mustee 216-267-3100

Tell them what you need. I would ask for something with 3 sides, in order to use a shower curtain. If they have something, you'll have to order through a plumbing supply.

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