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MAAX 60 in. x 30 in. Single Threshold Shower Base with Left Drain in White

Discontinued MAAX

60 in. x 30 in. Single Threshold Shower Base with Left Drain in White

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Product Overview

Take advantage of the comfort and sturdiness of MAAX acrylic shower bases. All MAAX shower walls and bases are made with a sheet of high-acrylic and reinforced with a wood fiberglass overlay to enhance their solidity and resistance. Ideal for any remodeling project, all bases can be purchased separately for tile wall installation.

  • 3 in. low threshold
  • Durable high shine acrylic stays warm to the touch and is easy to clean
  • Direct to stud; alcove installation
  • Left drain - consult MAAX technical drawing for exact dimensions
  • Limited warranty is for a period of 25 years, phone # 1-877-GET-MAAX

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60 in. x 30 in. Single Threshold Shower Base with Left Drain in White is rated 2.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Ooops ! Bought the 60 X 32 Maxx shower pan, but it's the same product. Looks good, a bit pricey I think....but it went in fine. Just don't drop anything on it !!!. Two days after the install , the ceramic [ glue on with caulking and hot glue type ] shower caddy that I had installed came unstuck, fell and punctured a hole in the pan. The repair guy said it was a very thin shower pan and was surprised it went through. Repair cost me $200.00 Ouch!! In general a good pan.... just make sure not to drop anything of any weight on it. I'm sure a plastic shampoo bottle probably wouldn't damage the pan .........but either build in your soap dish/shower caddy or make sure you use a construction glue [ P.L.] and caulking.....[ I was told hot glue would work ] for the "glue on type". Good luck !!!
Date published: 2014-02-08
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