Rated 2.2 out of 5 by 99
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by armyvetandwife Seriously, no. Even the contractor was confused.
I bought this and paid a licensed contractor to put it in. Several days and a few tubes of caulk later, the door is hard to open and it has a small leak where water runs down the door and between the gasket and frame. The floor also sags each time someone gets in it. you can feel yourself sinking. This is simply a bad design and the #1 problem is the paper thin walls. This is just a film of plastic, I thought it would be at least fiberglass. Additionally the little thing in the corner designed to hold soaps, isn't the correct size to hold any standard size bottle of shampoo. (just one is tall enough) I did inquire about taking it back but can't as it has already been installed.
October 14, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Louie Negative 1
I drove 40 miles to get this shower it was on the top shelf so they grabbed the machine to get it so I went to grab a shower head and when I come back the box is on the ground with a hole in it I asked if they could get me another one they guy said he took it apart and everything was in tact so I get home open the box and everything was broken he never opened the box this was at the store in auburn so I get a new oone get it home and the corner SHelf has a crack in it wasn't going to waist another's 40 in gas so I caulked it in also the metal brackets are flimsy so your going to wasn't to drill three more holes and mount them to studs I tore the Sheetrock out and put two studs in because the whole thing moved away from base when you opened the door also your going to want to caulk where the glass slides into the frame
October 11, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Chief Greatly Disappointed
Ordered this product from store. When unpacking it found it damaged, but the quality of the materials was horrible. The corner/shelf was flimsy. The walls were so thin I thought I was missing walls, but found they were so thin, that all 3 together were not the thickness that one would expect.
September 19, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by David Not buying other one
The stand up shower is not well structure, the whole frame vibrates when the door opens and open. It is hard to assemble at some parts. Manual is hard to follow.
August 11, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Coordinatorinpink Get what you pay for...
This shower's installation was painful. However, once in place, it worked just fine. Be sure to read through the instruction booklet prior to installation and separate screws carefully as there are two sets that look identical. Be prepared for frustration. Caulk all seams carefully to avoid leaks. Would I recommend this shower? Well, my answer is yes if you're looking for a nice looking, serviceable, inexpensive shower that has terrible instructions.
March 11, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by LDog DO NOT BUY UNLESS YOU LIKE WATER LEAKS
This is the biggest piece of junk shower. Had we not already glued down the base before I saw the paper thin walls we would have returned it right away. Had this shower for 3 years. It continually leaks. You have to re-caulk the shower about every 3-4 months for daily use. It has destroyed the brand new drywall on the bottom corner area of shower. So maybe you would think that we installed it wrong. No, we bought another home with sadly this exact shower installed and it has the EXACT same leaking problem. The only corner shower I would ever recommend would be one that is built right into the studs. Sadly I wish that was the shower we had purchased since we did a complete gut and were down to the studs. DO NOT BUY THIS PIECE OF JUNK.
March 29, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by FranzJohnson No Hardware
I bought this stand-up shower at Home Depot a week ago, only to find that on opening the box to install it today, the hardware was completely missing. Furious! I'll have to go back tomorrow to see what hassle I'll face for a blunder clearly made the company.
April 19, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by BettyBoston Floor Leveling Compound
I am in the process of installing this shower stall & want to start off on the right foot with this. Has anyone used Floor Leveling Compound under the shower base, as recommended in the installation instructions? Our floor is slightly off & we want to do this right by leveling it. Additionally, presumably the compound will also support the base and mitigate occurrence of spider cracks. I saw a video where a sand concrete mix was packed into the under side of a shower base for support & leveling. Your feedback on this method please.
Does anyone have a video on using Floor Leveling Compound or can refer me to one. Your advice please.
December 14, 2015