Model # 2603302PPCR-WH

Internet #204720830

Store SKU #588435

Aquatic 60 in. x 30 in. x 72 in. 2-Piece Right Hand Drain Direct-to-Stud Tub/Shower Wall in White
0727149500016

Aquatic

60 in. x 30 in. x 72 in. 2-Piece Right Hand Drain Direct-to-Stud Tub/Shower Wall in White

  • Versatile 60-inch tub and shower has an easy-entry 15" tub height
  • 2-pc design is durable and easy to maneuver - great for remodels
  • Plenty of toiletry shelves to hold bath products
$409.00 /each

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The Aquatic Remodeline 60 in. x 30 in. x 72 in. Two Piece Direct-to-Stud Tub Shower in White features a built-in soap shelf for your convenience and an acrylic grab bar designed to provide safety while entering and exiting the tub. The 2-piece molded sectional tub and shower combination is crafted from fiberglass reinforced polyester and has right angle joint flanges to help minimize leaking. Aquatic's Bathlock technology helps make installation easy.

  • Shower wall features a built-in soap shelf
  • 2-piece molded sectional tub and shower wall for easy installation
  • Fiberglass reinforced polyester construction
  • Gelcoat finish for easy cleaning
  • Product may vary in store
  • Aquatic's everyday baths are reinforced with exclusive ArmorCore technology, which turns layers of material into a solid structure that withstands pressure, impact and abuse like never before

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60 in. x 30 in. x 72 in. 2-Piece Right Hand Drain Direct-to-Stud Tub/Shower Wall in White
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can you get left hand drain in this combo?

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yes. It was a left hand drain that I installed.
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September 2, 2014
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Yes, attached is the link to the left hand drain model:
http://www.homedepot.com/p/Aquatic-60-in-x-30-in-x-72-in-2-piece-Direct-to-Stud-Tub-Wall-in-White-2603302PPCL-WH/204720829?keyword=727149500009
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September 2, 2014
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Yes, this Aquatic unit is available in left hand drain.
Thank you for your inquiry.
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HOW DO YOU CUT THIS MATERIAL (FRP)? I HAVE A WINDOW THAT I WANT TO INCLUDE PART OF, IN THE SHOWER AREA.

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November 23, 2014
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It's messy. This may not be best way, but I used a grinder to cut out the window, but I only had to cut the flange on top. Grinder worked well, but again, it's not exposed (covered with a sill).
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May 28, 2014
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There are a few ways to do this…but I usually start by taping the area, this will help minimize chipping. Depending on access, size, angle, you can use a Skilsaw, Sawzall, Jigsaw, Dremel…anything, as long as you use a ‘Fine Toothed Blade’. I’ve even used a Metal Cut-off blade, makes a great cut, but it creates a lot of dust. Always cut from the FINISHED side whenever possible.
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May 27, 2014
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Hello SPFLDMA and thank you for your question.
The manufacturer states on their website that you can cut a portion of your Aquatic unit for an existing window, however be aware that by doing so you will void the warranty on that area of the unit.
To cut holes for plumbing fixture, a hole saw is recommended. A saber saw may also be used. Whatever the choice of saw, the blade should be fine-toothed and Read More
Hello SPFLDMA and thank you for your question.
The manufacturer states on their website that you can cut a portion of your Aquatic unit for an existing window, however be aware that by doing so you will void the warranty on that area of the unit.
To cut holes for plumbing fixture, a hole saw is recommended. A saber saw may also be used. Whatever the choice of saw, the blade should be fine-toothed and sharp. The hole should be cut from the finished side out. Masking tape can be used to minimize chipping.
Check out the technical specifications here: http://aquaticbath.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/03/Aquatic_2603302P_TechData2.pdf.
The Installation Instructions are found here: http://aquaticbath.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/03/2-pc-Remodeline-LITID9053_09.10.13.pdf.
Additional FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions) can be answered here: http://aquaticbath.com/service-support/faqs/.
Best wishes on your project. Read Less
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What is the soaking depth of this tub?

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July 28, 2016
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The depth is 12 inches.
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July 27, 2016
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Hello,
The soaking tub depth measured from Top of drain to bottom of overflow is 9 5/8". The tub skirt is 15".
Thanks for your interest in Aquatic products.
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can shower doors be installed on this model?

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June 7, 2016
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Hello,
Yes, absolutely. You would need to find a tub/shower bypass style door. The enclosure opening is 56" and the wall height is 57". Thanks for your question.
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June 6, 2016
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Yes, shower doors can be installed on the tub/shower.
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Rated 3.0 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by No Easy Task I have done a few of these. This time was very difficult. Make sure you have adequate space to turn the unit into place. Plan on 70". If your bathroom is only 5' wide and you have to turn sideways, you have a problem...even with a two piece unit. They don't bend. You had better plan on removing a wall. Not the unit's fault. The planner made an error. I did consider purchasing a 4 piece plastic tub, but after replacing so many mobile home plastic tubs, I just couldn't bring myself to do it. This may have been the time to try one! In short, I like these units...make sure you have adequate space to get them in to a remodel. November 23, 2014
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Hate this tub!!! I was upgrading from a 1970's steel tub. I thought this would be great because one seam would not mold and mildew. The shelves look like great storage, of which I had none in my existing shower. I was WRONG! I live in a decent size townhouse, and the tub surround did not fit up the stairs. It had to come over the balcony, then it won't fit through any standard doorway! Apparently, the contractor cracked it getting it in (that is a different story). Also, I am a size 14 lady. I cannot put on ANY weight if I want to keep this tub. My hips fit quite tight in this tub. It makes a bath very "cozy," and not in a good way. The gap between the surround and the tub is very large in my opinion. The contractor used mildew resistant, silicone caulking. It is clear, but there is still not very attractive in my opinion. The curvy shelves fit less than I thought they would, due to their curvy design. The color is fine. I am not a pro, I have no idea if the quality is good. If I knew before what I know now, there is NO WAY I would have spent any money on this tub. June 26, 2015
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