Rated 3.3 out of 5 by 16
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Foster The product was not per specifications. The dimension width should have been 32" however upon opening the packaging and measuring the shower base, it was far less than 32" . Had to incur additional construction cost to compensate for the gap...and didn't want to return since bathroom construction had already started in anticipation of product having the exact referenced dimensions.
October 25, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Gigi Single Threshold left drain shower base
I have not installed this as yet as I am taking my time to be sure my floor is totally level before installing. I am also going to use a setting material under the base. I have installed kitchens and bathrooms for over 30 years and this is how I have always done it, The product is exactly what I was looking for and I am very pleased with the quality.
August 31, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Tony Bargain shower pan
Overall, this shower pan was easy to install. Dimensions were as specified. It's a little shorter than the 60" dimension of a typical stud-to-stud opening, and this presents a problem when doing the tile work. The tile wants to sit flush with the exterior drywall, and also wants to finish inside the shower pan. With this shower pan that was difficult to do. Also, the pan is made of a material that flexes slightly. This seems fine until it comes time to mate it to the shower door. To get a seal you run a bead of silicone sealant under the bottom rail of the door, but the 1/8" flex you get from stepping on the shower pan tends to undo the seal, and consequently you can get a bit of water escaping under the shower door. Still, if you are on a budget, this is an inexpensive way to upgrade your shower.
August 30, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by MelT shower pan
We bought this for a remodel we were doing. I like the overall look. It took a while to get it leveled out in this old house but we did it. We did tile around the shower instead of the shower walls. While tiling a tile was dropped and punched a small hole in the base. Now I'm having trouble finding a repair kit that is white white. I originally wanted the cast iron pan that home depot offers (they were all bent) to prevent a possible issue like this. I love the pan just wish was a little more "tough".
December 29, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by homeowner Awful flexing has created a leak into the basement
I highly recommend investing another $100 or more in a quality shower base instead of risking issues with a cheap base. Water does a lot of damage and easily finds weak links.
We remodeled our bathroom, flip flopped the layout and installed this shower base. And by "we" I mean a general contractor and master plumber. We noticed that the base seemed flimsy right out of the box. When it was first installed we could tell it flexed a bunch. The plumber pushed it down as far as it would go towards the subfloor and put a screw in a stud on top of the pan to hold it down to minimize the flexing. We kept a piece of cardboard on top of the pan while the shower was finished, but the edge got chipped. The base continues to flex a small amount, so much that all the grout between the lowest tile face and the shower pan cracked out almost immediately. We scrapped out the grout and put caulk in, thinking that would flex better with the pan.
We've been using the shower base for a month and water started leaking into the basement below. Our plumber cut several holes in the drywall to find the leak and it's water dripping from in between the shower base and tile. The problem is compounded by the fact that two of the edges have a thick ledge before dipping down into the base and there is constant standing water there while the shower is running (and after if you don't wipe it down after every shower).
January 26, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Michael Worst base ever so thin it cracked just as we finished it.
My wife is so mad. I thought it would work but the gel coat is really thin with foam on the bottom. We were finishing the tile up getting ready for grout when I pulled the cardboard up that was protecting the shower base to have a look and it was cracked.
January 5, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by MM Pastic
I bought 3 of these in 1 day. Complete waste of good plastic. The plastic and foam separates and sounds horrible. When you get in a shower you want something sorta solid under you. This is not one bit solid and whats scary is i'm not over weight. Don't buy this if your overweight. You will for sure break it, dunno what Delta was thinking when they made this mess. I install shower pans all the time and this is one of the worst products I've tried to work with. Beware
November 9, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by CaptainMorgan Not 32inches
It was under 31 inches. It says that in the fine print. This should be 60inches x 30,75 inches. Your box should not say 32 anywhere on the box. I bought a dreamline. It said 34x60 on the box and it came in 34x60.
September 21, 2015