Model # 71220110-0

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STERLING Ensemble 32 in. x 60 in. x 74 in. Bath and Shower Kit with Left-Hand Drain in White
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STERLING

Ensemble 32 in. x 60 in. x 74 in. Bath and Shower Kit with Left-Hand Drain in White

  • Contemporary design and integrated shelving
  • Modular design for easy installation
  • Made from solid Vikrell material for strength and durability
$525.00 /each
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Product Overview

Classic architecture meets contemporary design in the Ensemble Curve series, made of solid Vikrell material, blending sleek, clean lines with gentle curves. Corner shelving is perfect for storing bath accessories. Modular design allows it to be moved around corners and through doorways with ease.

  • Slightly narrower for tighter spaces
  • Designed with an 18 in. apron
  • Curve wall with a smooth, contemporary look, featuring integrated storage shelves
  • Durable high-gloss finish provides a smooth, shiny surface that is easy to clean
  • Conforms to ANSI Z124.1.2 and CSA B45.1 national consensus standards
  • Height from floor to top of shower walls is 75.25 in.
  • Height of shower walls is 54 in.

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I was looking at the specs and it says the opening needed is 60 inches, is this accurate? The tub...

I was looking at the specs and it says the opening needed is 60 inches, is this accurate? The tub I'm replacing (both in my home) only have a 59 inch opening. I figure 59 inches is standard so perhaps it's not actually 60 inches. Would this fit in a 59 and a 1/4 inch opening? My house was built in 1987 so it's not like it's an old house and I would imagine 59 inches is/was the norm? Thanks
Asked by: md2002
Yes, need a minimum of 60". 60-1/8" would be better.
Answered by: Don
Date published: 2017-03-20

How comfortable is a 34 degree lumbar end of the tub? Can I recline and read my book?

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Asked by: Annie
No bad
Answered by: Don
Date published: 2017-03-20

Is there a right side drain model?

Asked by: ziggies
Yes.
Answered by: Skip
Date published: 2016-04-07

does the tub have a predrilled hole in it ?

Asked by: zimbo
No you have to do that yourself
Answered by: Mike
Date published: 2016-04-27
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Ensemble 32 in. x 60 in. x 74 in. Bath and Shower Kit with Left-Hand Drain in White is rated 3.2 out of 5 by 14.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Worst HD Purchase Ever Attempting to buy a shower/ tub combo has been a disaster since July... #1 damaged; #2 damaged they sent #1 back thinking I was stupid and would accept it...; #3attempt cancelled for no reason; #4 damaged; #5 damaged (chips) but not cracked - but I was getting stinky without a bathroom... so accepted... It cost me another $150 with materials and the contractor to "fix" the issues. Poor quality molding/casting; would not install unless I went through and used a dremel too to clean up flashing and cut out flange pieces that were chipped and bent. Installed with the help of rubber mallets, much cursing and prayers to the bathroom deities...! Looks good now; sealed; tested etc.; New fixtures (highly recommended...) If you can get Home depot to send you one to your store that is not damaged, then you are good to go; otherwise... go someplace else and be prepared to wait... NEVER accept one of these combos unless you have the store folks inspect. Personally? If I had to start over, I'd go a different route to obtain what i needed. I am not sure if it's the manufacturer... But I spent some considerable amout of time over the last couple months with the manufacturer and I am reasonably assured that it is not them. It is likely the shipping company and/or the HD warehouse handlers. Let me make sure everyone understands: The local HD store folks were perfect! They were as concerned, if not more so that I was. They were very frustrated; and so were the HD .com folks. This issue of damaged "stuff" needs to be addressed by HD. The reviews for this and other HD products in which I am interested have bad reviews; all of which relate to damage when arrived. Lesson learned? If it's not in stock.... Caveat Emptor...
Date published: 2016-10-04
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Everything arrived in good condition, although packaging does leave something to be desired. Ever... Everything arrived in good condition, although packaging does leave something to be desired. Everything was as expected. I would say that anyone planning on installing this tub (or probably any acrylic/fiberglass tub) that they set it into a mortar base to make if feel more solid.
Date published: 2016-12-13
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Arrived slightly damaged in shipping - front skirt on left side broken, but installed successfull... Arrived slightly damaged in shipping - front skirt on left side broken, but installed successfully. Good design if a bit "light weight" on construction.
Date published: 2017-03-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from my contractor likes sterling bath products,so thats why i got it my contractor likes sterling bath products,so thats why i got it
Date published: 2017-02-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good quality product - exceptional value for the money... Good quality product - exceptional value for the money
Date published: 2017-02-07
Rated 1 out of 5 by from came broken for the 3rd time came broken for the 3rd time
Date published: 2017-03-07
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Kind of challenging install The installed unit looks nice. Unfortunately, the first set of parts was damaged. Also, the 2nd set. By the 3rd set, I had enough pieces to assemble the whole unit. I arranged for shipping to the local Home Depot and picked up there. I don't know whether the damage occurs via the shipper or in the HD warehouse, but the packaging is simply inadequate. The supplier was quick to supply new parts at no charge (and even provided a 10% discount on the 3rd shipment), but you lose about a week each time, which really stretches out the job. The other major problem is the plastic stabilizer pieces that you snap in place to provide rigidity to the front of the tub. If you are laying the tub on a bed of cement (highly recommended) the plastic pieces will pop out due to the force applied by the viscosity of the cement. This is really a design problem; once the tub is dropped into place, there's no way to reposition the stabilizers. Installing the wall section over existing plumbing is also challenging due to the nature of the assembly. You have to rotate the wall section into place, which means you need to oversize the clearance holes for the shower controls and the tub spout. The installation would be substantially easier if you have access to the tub through the stud framing. But if you're dropping it into an existing drywalled enclosure, be ready for trial and error challenges. Three stars if for the final product and the courteous and rapid response by the supplier.
Date published: 2016-10-12
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Shipped broken The tub is really nice, very large however they ship the tub with very little foam or anything. The fiberglass wasn't clean cut. To fit the walls to the tub everything needed to be filed down to clean edges. POUR CONCRETE under the tub. It's a much better install. I stood in the tub and it made awful noises with movement. Having a concrete base made all the difference.
Date published: 2016-08-16
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