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EverStrong Bathtub Wall Set in White

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The Everstrong bathtub wall set is 2-3 times more thicker than the average wall panel. The hammered tile-look is easy to clean and maintain with no grout needed. Plenty of shelving room for convenient storage.

  • 3-piece bathtub wall set fits alcoves up to 60 in. wide x 32 in. deep
  • Heavy gauge: 2-3 times thicker than the average wall panel for added strength and durabilty
  • 4 in. x 4 in. hammered tile-like appearance for added style
  • 3 shelves and 2 integrated towel bars for convenient storage

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Can these walls be attached directly to existing wall tiles?

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T-Man
Windsor Mill, Md.
January 17, 2013
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Elk Grove Village IL
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April 4, 2014
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I know any qualified contractor will tell you to do so would be a big mistake. There is an unending list of variables ready to cause such a decision to be poor and costly. Most surround manufacturers instruct not to do so.
If you can carefully remove the tiles w/o too much damage to the wall, and, you are able to positively verify its integrity, then, maybe- if it had been well insulated and vapor
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I know any qualified contractor will tell you to do so would be a big mistake. There is an unending list of variables ready to cause such a decision to be poor and costly. Most surround manufacturers instruct not to do so.
If you can carefully remove the tiles w/o too much damage to the wall, and, you are able to positively verify its integrity, then, maybe- if it had been well insulated and vapor barrier- protected if on an outside wall- and no signs of moisture damage .
But would I do it? Not. The labor to demo the tile and go from there with proper backing onto the wall framing is a small price to pay for the assurance of a quality job lasting for many years- consistent with the quality of the new surround.
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August 1, 2013
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Thank you for your question. I am so sorry this must be installed over drywall or green board that has not been painted or primed.
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April 2, 2013
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The manual says to only attach it to clean drywall
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January 17, 2013
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Hi T-Man,
Unfortunately the installation instructions specifically state not to install this kit over existing tile.
The reccomended backing is water proof drywall.
Mike, The Home Depot Answer Man
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Could this be cut down to a 54 inch tub ?

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I cut mine down for a 54" tub. It came out pretty good but it wasn't easy like the manual says. This stuff is hard to cut. Contrary to the manual a utility knife will hardly even scratch it. They also recommend a saber saw but it melts the plastic and then it melts back together behind the blade. You end up with a sloppy edge with blobs of melted plastic which I cleaned up with a sander. You put the side Read More
I cut mine down for a 54" tub. It came out pretty good but it wasn't easy like the manual says. This stuff is hard to cut. Contrary to the manual a utility knife will hardly even scratch it. They also recommend a saber saw but it melts the plastic and then it melts back together behind the blade. You end up with a sloppy edge with blobs of melted plastic which I cleaned up with a sander. You put the side walls in first and then cut the back wall to fit between. My walls weren't perfectly vertical so I had to take really careful measurements and cut one side to a slight angle. I cut it a fraction big and adjusted it with the sander. I beveled the cut edge with the sander and filled the seam with silicone. It looks pretty good even though the grout lines are a hair off. No one else would notice. Read Less
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I do believe it could be cut down to fit a 54 inch tub. If I did that though I would do like we did and mount the back panel to the wall first then put on your end panels. It will hide your cut edge behind the corners on the end panels. You do end up with a small gap at the top corner edges doing it this way but by stuffing a little filler in the hole then caulking it you'll never notice it. The end Read More
I do believe it could be cut down to fit a 54 inch tub. If I did that though I would do like we did and mount the back panel to the wall first then put on your end panels. It will hide your cut edge behind the corners on the end panels. You do end up with a small gap at the top corner edges doing it this way but by stuffing a little filler in the hole then caulking it you'll never notice it. The end panels are actually 31 and1/2 so it brings you out closer to the edge of a 32 wide tube. Also this way all your edges are the factory rounded edge. We used 15 tubes of adhesive to do our 32 X 60. I also posted some cutting tips on the home depot review site. Read Less
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June 4, 2012
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Thank you for your question, this surround is trimmable.
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Exactly how far up is the shelf with integrated towel bar from the bottom? I have a shower handle that is 29 inches from the top of the tub.

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July 23, 2012
Looking at the picture, the shelf appears to be about 36 inches from the bottom. However, looking at the "specification sheet", if appears to be about 28 inches from the bottom.
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The shelf is 36" from the rim of the tub. I found several typos in the specs and manual.
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July 24, 2012
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Thank you for your question, the self is 9 and 1/2 inches from the bottom of the wall surround. To the top of the surround is 15 and 1/2 inches. The lenth is 25 and 1/2 inches wide.
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for a price of 200-300 $ what is the best style of surround to go with, glue down or direct to studs installation?one wall is an outside wall and very

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July 21, 2012
cold in the winter.
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If you are prepared to install, and the framing will accommodate, 6" insulation with vapor barrier, under 1/2" thick green board, then by all means do it. Follow mfg. instructions on surface preparation of the green board diligently and you won't be sorry.
I'm remodeling our bathroom which I did exactly that way 30 years ago, and upon demolition for renewal I noticed not one spot of
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If you are prepared to install, and the framing will accommodate, 6" insulation with vapor barrier, under 1/2" thick green board, then by all means do it. Follow mfg. instructions on surface preparation of the green board diligently and you won't be sorry.
I'm remodeling our bathroom which I did exactly that way 30 years ago, and upon demolition for renewal I noticed not one spot of deteriorated-by-moisture damage behind the surround.
If your alcove is 32 x 60 think about the Everstrong Extra Thick Hammered Tile Look Surround in your price range. It's the best quality out there for the money.
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July 23, 2012
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Thank you for your question, the walls can crack if installed on and outside wall that will drop below 32".
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Rated 2.8 out of 5 by 13 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by The Best Quality and Value Will fit 32 x 60 tub size nicely but don't expect to trim the side panels to fit a 30 x 60 tub. The side panels cannot be functionally trimmed to remain centered on either end wall. If your tub is 32 x 60 then you would be hard pressed to find a surround of this quality for the price. I shopped and researched specifications for surrounds for weeks, on line, in stores, and discussed options with mfg. technicians. I wanted this surround more than any other. But no matter what anyone says, trimming the side panels to fit a 30 x 60 tub is a disaster waiting to happen. If your tub is 32 x 60, go for it. You'll be glad you were able to use this gem. April 4, 2014
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by very disappointed This was a big project for me -- borrowed a truck to transport the tub surround, pulled off tile and drywall, re-did the plumbing, finally ready to install the tub surround when I discovered that the side panel soap dish is in the way of my tub/ shower faucet handle. So I can't use this tub surround. There are two other soap dishes, so why design one more where all the plumbing goes? Why not have the panel where the plumbing goes just be flat -- it would be so much more helpful! I am frustrated! Before purchasing this product (seems to be durable) make sure your faucet handle is no higher than 36" above your tub. September 20, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by The Best!!! I spend several weeks at numerous online sites and in person at several Home Improvement stores and looked at hundreds of tub surrounds. This one is clearly one of the best in this price range. It is perfect. The panels are thicker than every single one that I looked at. This is the second tub surround I have put in this same bathroom and it is way better than the previous. I highly recommend this to anyone looking in the $200 to $300 range. This tub surround cost extra to have it shipped to my house but was well worth it. Home Depot did an excellant job at handling the transaction as well as the shipping company. May 29, 2012
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Worthless instructions, poor design I'm a plumber by trade and purchased this for my own home for the ease of installation that SHOULD come with using a surround as opposed to tile. I was attracted to the Everstrong because of the extra thickness of the panels especially around the soap holders, etc., I've seen many surrounds broken in those areas. I have partially unboxed the unit and it is BEAUTIFUL! Unfortunately I WILL NOT be attempting to install this surround after just reading the instruction sheet and taking a few quick measurements. Put the ends in first? That is obviously incorrect. My experience has been that if a manufacturer cannot get the installation instructions correct, NOTHING else will be right. Back it goes! December 27, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Nice looking tub surround for the price Looks very nice, price was good. Be careful, HD had an instore model identical to this one but $60 more and under different name. Also, be careful when installing, instructions are wrong, install long wall piece first then the end pieces. Finally if tub area is less than 32 inches deep the shelves on the end pieces will be a little off centered when trimmed. My tub was 60 x 30 so end shelves are about an inch off center once I trimmed to fit my tub area. September 2, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Good quality for the price. We bought this tub surround as we needed one we could cut a window into the back panel.We used a jig saw to do our 2 downwards,then scored the bottom edge with a stanley knife. The plastic tends to melt behind your saw cut, so cut slowly and try to keep the edges seperated behind your cut or they will melt back together. Its also helpfull to have a second person keep downward pressure while trying to score the bottom cut. It took repeated scoreing and slight pressure to get the bottom to snap off evenly. We also chose to put the back panel on first followed by the end panels. It came out looking great. The shelves are far sturdier then most of the others we compared it to and the fininshed tile look fit great over our new tub. I would highly recommend this product for the average do it yourselfer! June 13, 2012
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Not balanced and design is awkward I installed this and when putting up the side walls I was "committed" to installing it, but not happy. The quality is good, but the design should be changed. First off, just put the handle for the wash rag on one side, not both. Next, they are 7" from the wall, and 6" from the outside. Since I had to cut around 4" off the outside wall it looks way off balance. This is the only reason I would not recommend this product. Lastly, the directions did not say of you put the wall piece from corner to corner, or from the gaps that are "cut out" into each side piece. October 29, 2012
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Sturdy but poorly designed Now that I have it installed I can say that it looks pretty good but the design and instructions have problems. The panels have no overlap and rely on a bead of caulk for sealing. Despite what the manual says you can not cut this stuff with a utility knife-too hard and thick. They also recommend a saber saw which makes a melted mess with blobs of plastic which can be cleaned up with a sander. A table saw actually works pretty good if you have a large table. The instructions to cover the entire wall with adhesive are wasteful and ineffective. After using 8 tubes just on the end panels I realized that the only part of these panels that touches the wall are the soap dish and grout lines so I just ran a bead on those and it worked fine. If you put adhesive on the outside edge it will squeeze out and make a mess of your wall. It is pretty thick and sturdy but most casual do-it-yourselfers will have a hard time with installation. April 2, 2013
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