Rated 3.8 out of 5 by 12
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by BLove Extremely Happy with my Shower Kit and Accessories Purchases
New Aquatic A2 36" x 36" shower kit installation with American Standard Marquette shower faucet. All items were purchased through Home Depot. The service was outstanding overall with ordering, pickup of shipment and expert advice on installation. I am very happy with the purchase thus far. I've used the shower in the 90% completed state to check for leaks and cracking, none seen thus far. My wife and daughter Love the clean look and finishes with the chrome faucet parts. See for yourself in the installed photo.
June 7, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by LT EASY TO INSTALL ,LOOKS GREAT IN THE NEW MASTER BATH
The shower enclosure was easy to install. The measurements were right on. The built in shelves fit the bottles perfectly. Wonderful unit
October 12, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Honeydo Aquatic A2 shower stall
I had it shipped to the store the packaging was damaged the damage to the shower base was negligible. I guess it could have been handled or packaged better but it survived. The walls of the shower should have more cross bracing they flex when you install the shower faucet cover I added shims between the shower wall and the 2X4 wall to prevent the flexing and that works fine.
July 19, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by spiffykyle Looks good, easy to install, slight rattle in the walls.
Bought this to remodel the shower stall in my master bathroom, and paired with the Delta 33" semi-framed pivot door.
This came in 3 GIANT cardboard boxes. I had to rent the HD truck to get everything home. However it is very sturdily packed. Be prepared for a ton of leftover cardboard to recycle.
After removing the old tile, drywall, and pan I had a 36" square rough opening. I had to add a few studs to secure the walls, but they were easy to locate after dry fitting the shower pieces.
Definitely use a mortar base for the pan. I secured everything with GRK cabinet screws. I only had to shim in a couple of places. After the pan, the walls went in fine and everything lined up. Screw in the flanges, drywall, prime, paint, trim and caulk. The actual shower stall parts only took a day to get installed. Took the rest of the week to get everything finished and water tight.
There is a slight rattle at the junction of one of the side walls to the back wall. Not sure where that came from as everything is level, plumb, and shimmed correctly.
I like that you don't have to caulk the joints.
Also, if you are retrofitting this with existing plumbing, make sure the mixer valve reaches far enough out. The walls stick out over an inch from the studs. I was replacing a tiled enclosure and I had to get a 1" extension kit for the valve handle.
Overall I really like the look of this shower stall. Install was relatively easy. The top shelf in each corner is really, REALLY tiny, can't really see how useful it will be.
January 5, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Grammy Long awaited improvement
I replaced an old outdated, hard-to climb-into bathtub with this spacious walk-in shower. The only problem I have found with it...once I am in it, I don't want to leave it. I love it!
April 26, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Luke Seams are loose
Bottom pan seems strong. I didn't like how the side walls don't truly lock into the back wall. There is a lot of flex in the side wall/back wall seam. For the price I would have expected a more rigid install.
January 12, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Handydick Shower 4pc
I received this product from a online order at my local Lone Tree store. When I got it home and unboxed it I discovered it was cracked in different areas. The quality of the product was on the cheap side and I would not buy again.
October 13, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by BobM 36x36 Shower Stall
Even though floor and walls were as level as could be detected by standard spirit level and the walls and floor were perpendicular to each other the panels were difficult to get to line up with each other so the gaps were even top to bottom and the tops were all the same height. Also the shower material is pretty brittle and the little tab at the center bottom of the back panel that locks into the drain pan broke off and had to be epoxied back on. All this required repeated installs and removals of all the panels and floor pan. There was a lot of reframing to do because we were going from a 32x32 shower to a 36x36 so I was extra careful to get the dimensions right.
September 2, 2014