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Aquatic A2 32 in. x 32 in. x 76 in. Shower Stall in White


A2 32 in. x 32 in. x 76 in. Shower Stall in White

  • Want it today? Buy the individual components at your local store
  • Comprised of store sku# 1000001052, 1000001053, and 1000001054
$53900 /each

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Product Overview

The A2 4-piece sectional collection is made for quick and easy installation, with sections that interlock for a seamless fit without the need for special brackets, clips or caulking. It's the perfect fit for tight or existing spaces, like bathroom remodels. It's made with a durable composite material that's built strong, but sleek enough to fit into any modern design.

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  • Smooth wall, 4 piece molded sectionals with a durable high gloss finish
  • Multiple integral soap shelves
  • Caulkless installation
  • Easy wedge and lock installation
  • Pre-leveled base and strong structural ribs
  • Slip resistant, textured bottom
  • Center drain
  • Features a patented system of design elements that insure water is directed away from walls and toward drain
  • Enclosure opening 28 1/8 in. (not included)
  • Want it today? Check your local store for availability of the individual components. The completed stall is comprised of sku# 1000001052, 1000001053 and 1000001054

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Customer Questions & Answers

What model door goes with this unit?

Subsequent to my previous question, I figured out they all do accommodate doors. Or am I wrong? This model looks like what I'm trying to replace (except my current one has a hinged door).
Asked by: Lulu
After getting bad advice at first from the guy in plumbing who sold me the wrong door for this unit I had to bring back (1 hour away) I called Aquatic and the person told me the company Basco sells a door #L002 or something to those lines. I called Basco and in speaking to that person and looking at the measurement grid on their website I was told the door #002-5 is the adjustable door 27 1/2 to 30 1/2 inches and that Aquatic needs to get their act straight as well as Home Depot in which when I made another 1 hour trip to the store even the people plus a manager I had to convince this story to in who said before we even sat down and as we all sat down at their computer, brought up Home Depot website and I said to the person to type the Basic Door and door # in and whoa how about that there is the door and to my amazement (not really) the manager said give him a 10% discount on the door LOL never happened so in being a person who just wanted to get this door ordered I did not press the issue nor did they say anything about my discovery as they just took my money, ordered the door and I guess I am happy I found the door. The shower installation itself direct to studs is pretty cool however be aware the top ledge around the three sides had about a 35 degree angle to the inside as if you were going to install a quarter round trim around the unit it would be a bit difficult to get straight so ensure that when you apply the sheetrock around the shower surround flange you butt and against and over the flange which actually attaches the shower panels to the studs ensuring your sheetrock has a smooth and straight edge for this which makes a finished edge with proper caulking technique' good luck and yes the shower door has to be ordered and don't let somebody tell you that a 32" door will fit as the opening for this shower is 28 1/8th........
Answered by: Roscoe
Date published: 2017-04-15

Does this unit need to be fastened up against sheet rock or can it be fastened directly to the wood studs?

Asked by: Doityourselfer
This was a replacement for an old 32" free-standing unit. So we built an alcove using one outside wall and building in the remaining two to make and alcove. Thus studs were available and we pre-drilled the Aquatic flanges at the stud locations and used 1"+ gal roofing nails to secure it to the studs. The unit has ribs in the panels so it does not contact the alcove walls except at the rib surface and the flanges. We decided not to try to glue the ribs to the walls as the flanges seemed to provide all necessary support. We did use foam panels between the studs to reduce heat loss and sound transmission.
Answered by: VTlocation
Date published: 2016-11-30

Is the pan attached, or is the unit in 2 pieces? (I need to know if the unit will fit through a narrow door.)

I need to know if the unit will fit through a narrow door; if the pan is separate, I believe so. If a one-piece, then probably not.
Asked by: Bubba
base separate from the walls which are two separate side panels and a back panel....4 pieces total. No access problems for us.
Answered by: VTlocation
Date published: 2016-11-30

Which Door Measurement will FIT?

There are 2 conflicting shower door measurements for this unit. Some say a 32" Door while other say a 28" door. WHICH ONE IS IT? 32" or 28" ? The 32" will Not cover the bottom when mounted on the outside. The 28" will need to be mounted inside the stall but does go over the bottom.
Asked by: mr357magnum
Recently installed this shower stall. After installing stall found that home depot does not carry a door for it. 32x32 door will not work. Home depot checked with the shower stall manufactory and found that the door (L002) for it is special order and very pricey. Plus there is a 4 week delivery period. Found an adjustable Sterling shower door at Lowes that worked well. The door will adjust to different size openings. Just take your time and follow instructions. There is also an instructional video on the Sterling web site. The door is about $200 less than the L002.
Answered by: Me
Date published: 2017-06-13
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Customer Reviews

A2 32 in. x 32 in. x 76 in. Shower Stall in White is rated 3.9 out of 5 by 31.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from 5 Star Review Rating provided by a verified purchaser
Date published: 2017-04-20
Rated 1 out of 5 by from 1 Star Review Rating provided by a verified purchaser
Date published: 2017-04-23
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good Value I've installed 100's of acrylic units and a bunch of Sterling units. The Aquatic is comparable to the Sterling in durability. The cost is cheaper. The composite material is tougher to cut or drill than acrylic. Keep in mind that each side comes out about 2". So a 32" wide rough-in will leave you with about 28" wide. Compared to tile which would be around 30-30.5". Overall a good product for the price. My only complaint is that the drain is not perfectly centered (15" from back, 17" from front, 16" from both sides).
Date published: 2015-01-02
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Some design deficiencies The biggest problem is that Aquatic does not provide a trim kit for the edges where the shower stall panels meet another material such as drywall. I will improvise something, but that will waste half a day designing, shopping, and installing. I recently bought a tub surround from a competitor and it included a well-designed edge trim kit to make a nice looking job. Also, the surrounding studs must be perfect in dimensions and squareness. The Aquatic panels are not tolerant of any deviation unless you are willing to live with unsightly gaps. I spent a lot of time shimming and chiseling off high points. Will have to see how this product stands up over time.
Date published: 2015-10-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Followed the instructions closely as this was a replacement for a 50 year old free standing stall... Followed the instructions closely as this was a replacement for a 50 year old free standing stall and thus an alcove needed to be built in using a small amount of space from an adjacent room but had to work with tight dimensions.. Good instructions, good quality material, easy for wannabees to install, nice interlocking assembly. Insulated the alcove walls with foam and the shower is quiet. Particularly liked the advice to use plaster of paris under the base as it provides for very firm support for heavy people. Employed a shower light in the stall's bonnet and it makes for a light, airy experience even in a small stall. Heard some had color degradation....we'll see over time. This stall is lightly used in a vacation home.
Date published: 2016-11-30
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good choice for small bathrooms If you have to replace a small shower, and 32 inches is small, this is one good way to go. I had a 32 inch stall and a 28 inch door to a very small master bath. There is no way to put in a one piece unit without removing a wall. This unit is in four pieces and fits together without caulk. You can caulk if you want but so far I haven't seen a need.
Date published: 2014-09-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Stronger than you think Very well made, not a flimsy shower. Instructions for installation stink, assumes everyone is a plumber. Looks excellent when installed.
Date published: 2014-03-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent, Durable Product and very easy to install Excellent Product, high quality and very easy to install. I have already told most of my friend who looking to remodel their bathrooms.
Date published: 2014-04-08
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