Model # 39514

Internet #100655388

Store SKU #694401

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null Firenze 32 in. x 60 in. x 61-1/2 in. 3-Piece Direct-to-Stud Tub Wall in White
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Firenze 32 in. x 60 in. x 61-1/2 in. 3-Piece Direct-to-Stud Tub Wall in White

Product Overview

Give your bathroom a fresh look with the Firenze 32 in. x 60 in. x 61-1/2 in. Three Piece Direct-to-Stud Tub Wall in White. The tub wall features an attractive, stylish design to enhance the look of your space, and the 6 extra-large shelves provide plenty of storage space. White finish complements many decors.
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Product Overview

Give your bathroom a fresh look with the Firenze 32 in. x 60 in. x 61-1/2 in. Three Piece Direct-to-Stud Tub Wall in White. The tub wall features an attractive, stylish design to enhance the look of your space, and the 6 extra-large shelves provide plenty of storage space. White finish complements many decors.
  • 6 extra-large shelves provide ample storage space
  • Made from a polycomposite material with thick construction for lasting use
  • Soft curves and an attractive tile design for a stylish look
  • Direct-to-stud design for easy installation
  • Soft curves and appealing tile pattern for added style
  • Direct-to-stud installation that is easy to install

Product Overview

Model #: 39514
Sku #: 694401
Internet #: 100655388

Give your bathroom a fresh look with the Firenze 32 in. x 60 in. x 61-1/2 in. Three Piece Direct-to-Stud Tub Wall in White. The tub wall features an attractive, stylish design to enhance the look of your space, and the 6 extra-large shelves provide plenty of storage space. White finish complements many decors.

  • 6 extra-large shelves provide ample storage space
  • Made from a polycomposite material with thick construction for lasting use
  • Soft curves and an attractive tile design for a stylish look
  • Direct-to-stud design for easy installation
  • Soft curves and appealing tile pattern for added style
  • Direct-to-stud installation that is easy to install

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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
32
Product Height (in.)
61.5
Product Width (in.)
60

Details

Caulkless
No
Color Family
White
Color/Finish
White
Construction
Three piece
Material
Composite
Product Weight (lb.)
58lb
Returnable
90-Day
Shower Type
Tub
Surface Type
Smooth
Wall Installation Type
Direct-to-stud

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
IAPMO Certified
Manufacturer Warranty
Limited Lifetime Warranty

Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
32
Product Height (in.)
61.5
Product Width (in.)
60

Details

Caulkless
No
Color Family
White
Color/Finish
White
Construction
Three piece
Material
Composite
Product Weight (lb.)
58lb
Returnable
90-Day
Shower Type
Tub
Surface Type
Smooth
Wall Installation Type
Direct-to-stud

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
IAPMO Certified
Manufacturer Warranty
Limited Lifetime Warranty

Questions & Answers

How hard is it to mount around the shower head and faucets

Asked by: Big
Most Important with this surround Make sure your walls are Level & Plumb Like any other installation, Carefully mark the locations, I marked them on blue tape which helps keeping the drill bit from sliding and avoids splintering, I used a fostener bit drill the apppriate size holes, Fit surround over holes and attach to wall
Answered by: ThisOldGarageNJ
Date published: 2015-09-17

What does direct to stud installation mean?

Asked by: george
Thank you for your question. It means they get nailed to the studs these are wood strips that get spaced per the directions.
Answered by: ASBCustomerCare
Date published: 2015-09-17

I cannot get the caulk to stay between the walls and the tub. It seems that there is too much space for the caulk to go.

The caulk will stay for a few months and then it will start to come out again. It is very frustrating. I cannot use a small bead of caulk or it will not gap the distance between the tub and walls.
Asked by: karen
Probably your surround or your tub, or both are not well secured or supported. Properly installed caulk should not fail unless there is movement between the two surfaces that exceeds the ability of the caulk to stretch. If your caulk bead is thicker than about 1/4 of an inch, something is not right with your installation. But hey, I understand, you need to fix what is there and I assume you don't want to rip it all apart. One thing you could do is buy some "caulk backer rod". You can buy rolls of this in various sizes. It is a flexible foam "snake" that you can force into the gap. Then you can smooth it over with a layer of caulk. The backer rod supports the caulk and allows you to bridge a large gap. Also, since you have to smooth over a wide gap in the caulk, here's a tip, cut up some potato slices that are wider than your gap and use them, instead of a wet finger, to smooth a thick layer of caulk into place.
Answered by: lilrabbit
Date published: 2017-05-15

i have a window in my shower. how can i get a tub surround to work?

Asked by: helpme928
you would need a different model insert this one has curves and will not accept a window cut on the long back part.. if you have a window on the short walls they do lay flat and you may be able to cut out.. however if you use a jig saw it can get to hot cutting and the plastic will fuse.. so hand cut.. if you try..
Answered by: connie
Date published: 2015-09-17
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Customer Reviews

Firenze 32 in. x 60 in. x 61-1/2 in. 3-Piece Direct-to-Stud Tub Wall in White is rated 3.8 out of 5 by 36.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Measure Twice....... I got the tub and shower enclosure for a room in my basement that I wanted to convert into a bathroom. After reading some of the previous reviews , I made sure my walls were 100% straight & plumb, I took all my measurements from the enclosure and tub itself, then built my end wall. Everything went well and as usual I filled any empty space underneath near the ends of the tub with low expansion window foam, for support. Its a good product and the key to the whole installation is reading directions, measuring twice and making sure your plumb, You will definately end up with a rewarding experience and a great looking bath and enclosure.
Date published: 2012-12-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Has a very "Non" tub insert look. This product is very light weight and fairly easy to install, it has a very nice look when finished. I am very happy with the look and overall performance of this product and the it was very cost efficient. My only concern is the tub that comes separately does not have a complete bottom surface that is glued to the floor. If you were to drop something heavy, (shampoo bottle etc..) and it lands where there is no support, would it crack the tub? I know I am not reviewing the tub, but because it is the recommended tub for this insert I thought I would mention it.
Date published: 2013-04-30
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Decent for the price I got this and the matching tub (reviewed the tub separately). Install was easy enough, but you really have to have a near perfect opening, as the fit is tight. The end panels fit very well to the back panel, and all three fit well to the tub. You do loose most of the tub's back and end edges due to the way the surround protrudes, but it still looks nice. The directions only suggest that you brace the back panel, while the adhesive cures, but I found that you really need to brace all three panels. I think that the surround could have been improved by the factory back filling the voids with foam to cut down on the hollow sound when tapped or bumped.
Date published: 2010-04-01
Rated 4 out of 5 by from A good unit. This tub surround is a good quality unit, about as good as you will find. I've been somewhat suspect of these units in the past, but the quality high gloss finish seems like it should hold up for a long time. What's important with this (and similiar) unit(s) is that proper care be used in installation and cleaning. The installation is not difficult, but proper care and time needs to be taken to insure a solid bond to the wall surface. Once this is achieved, the unit should withstand normal, everyday use (not abuse) for which it is designed! Make sure to caulk all seams with a high quality, non-yellowing caulk (I used Loctite's PolyseamSeal High Gloss White Latex) for water tightness and appearance.
Date published: 2013-01-10
Rated 3 out of 5 by from be careful when buying this product We just put this unit in an upstairs bathroom of a 1920 farmhouse...wow. Now that it is in, I like it. But, the previous reviews are very true: it is larger than 60" (we had to tear out some lathe and plaster to make it fit) and your floors and walls have to be TOTALLY square and plum (that took a little work also.) This product is "flimsy," (my plumbers word, not mine) but was thankful for this when we had it stuck in the stairway...not wanting to go up or back down (was not anticipating this.) Once we got past these points, it is intact, installed, and so far I like it. Would I buy it again? Maybe, since it did work...but if I had known what I was getting my husband into?...Definately not. Good Luck!
Date published: 2011-12-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Beautiful and functional shower First, I am a technical writer for a pharmaceutical company, not a plumber. In spite of my lack of experience, this project resulted in a fantastic shower. All sections fit together very well with no gaps or bulges. The shelves are conveniently positioned in the back corners providing ample storage for soap, shampoo, and etc without being bumped over. The key to having a beautiful installation lies mainly in the preparation. Be certain the wall studs are no further than 1/8” away from the shower walls and the floor is smooth and level. The directions state to glue the bottom of the base to the floor – don’t do it! The base is filled with Styrofoam and it will separate from the glue and cause popping sounds when you step off it (found this out the hard way). Also, be sure to brace the back wall (if not all walls) over night to allow the glue to set and hold – even if you use the quick grab glue. Don’t let the drain rough-in be too high or it will push the floor drain up and a small amount of water will pool in the floor pan (caught that in time to fix). One final note, use good silicone caulk (don’t scrimp here with the cheap stuff) and apply it to the contact surface of the sections as you assemble them; then run a neat bead along the seams. I repeat: this is a beautiful, affordable, and functional shower that even an amateur like me can install. Enjoy!
Date published: 2010-10-14
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Easier than I expected Okay, so I have never installed a shower insert before this, so I really didn't know what I was getting into. The last shower I did required cement board and tile... it was a lot of work. I was excited to receive this and install it. On the box it has a list of tools you may need. I think I actually needed like 3 tools of the 12 or so they listed. This was one of the most straight-forward installations I have probably ever done. The direct to stud install was pretty much amazing. The drywall guy had actually gone a little far in the bathroom, so we had to cut that back a little, but it wasn't much work. We placed everything in place - and it fit perfectly. Measured for the valve and spout, and then used a hole saw to cut the holes (from the backside, as the instructions say. Once the holes were cut, glue was applied, screws attached to the studs around the outside, then we applied caulk and it was done. I know... It doesn't sound realistic that it was that easy of an install, however, I will attest that It was. I would say, start to finish with the tub already installed this took 2 hours, and that was all inclusive from start to finish.. The drywall around the shower surround still needs to be finished, However; that is another project, another day. As for this, I'll give it thumbs up. The cost was well worth the headache avoided that I was going to endure on tile. This is however a plastic insert, so as for the quality and look/feel of tile - you aren't going to come close to that. If you are looking to finish a shower in an economical and fast way... this is your product. The tub surround itself looks very clean and pretty modern. It has plenty of shelves for shampoo and soap and whatnot. The finish is a very smooth glossy surface, I am sure that suction cups and such would stick rather well. You do lose a bit of the top edge of your tub, because this does bulge out a little, but there was still plenty of room to run a caulk line. The only thing I didn't like was that the back of the insert was hollow and if it had some sort of fill, at least in the edges, the glue would have more surface area to contact. Even with it the way it is, we just had to brace the bottom of the back wall until the adhesive we placed back there was dry. Thumbs up!
Date published: 2012-12-28
Rated 1 out of 5 by from what caulk - and so many problems - wouldn't do it again GE Silicone II doesn't stick - what did you use? DIY Install per instruction manual leaves so much play at all joints including the point of tub and floor meeting - impossible for caulk to seal seams. Instructions simply call for adhesive and caulk. Asked Masco and they wrote back that I should use acrylic latex caulk, so redoing, but HD doesn't stock an acrylic latex bath mildew resistant. Still question the rigidity - 1/4' play is hard for caulk to seal. Area between foam base and attachment to wall.
Date published: 2013-05-05
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