Model # SS-72-3-051

Internet #100050396

Swan 30 in. x 60 in. x 72 in. 3-piece Easy Up Adhesive Tub Wall in Tahiti Sand


30 in. x 60 in. x 72 in. 3-piece Easy Up Adhesive Tub Wall in Tahiti Sand

Was  $1,067.21
$640.33 /each

Save $426.88 (40%)  through 05/01/2017

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Price Valid : 04/03/2017 - 05/01/2017
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Product Overview

Consider using the Swanstone 30 in. x 60 in. x 72 in. Standard Fit Shower Kit when you are remodeling your bathroom. This 3-panel kit includes 1 back panel, 2 side panels and 2 corner molding strips. The authentic solid surface is heat resistant and has minimal mold or mildew growth. The walls can easily be cleaned with common household cleaners and there is no grout to maintain.

  • Huge seamless back panel will fit a 60 in. tub width or smaller
  • Authentic solid surface with no surface coating to chip or crack
  • Solid and aggregate colors coordinate with vanity tops for an elegant look in the bath
  • Soap dishes, hardware and installation kit sold separately

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Customer Questions & Answers

Does Home Depot have installers

Does Home Depot have installers I can hire to install the Swanston surround?
Asked by: Joe
As the manufacturer, we cannot answer for your local Home Depot store. It is possible the Pro Desk located in the store can offer some suggestions for local installers.
Answered by: Swan Customer Care Team
Date published: 2016-01-23

where can you see color samples without having to order them?

Asked by: Karen
You can check your local Home Depot store as some locations have displays or actual color samples on hand. If your local store cannot assist you, they can contact our customer service department at 800-325-7008 and assist you with ordering no charges samples.
Answered by: Swan Customer Care Team
Date published: 2016-01-05

Can you install grab bars into this Swanstone shower surround?

Asked by: Katsubu
Yes, grab bars can be installed on the SS-72-3 wall kit. It is recommended that the grab bars be installed using a minimum 2" thickness "in-wall" solid wood backing material with #10 x 2" stainless steel, Phillips-head, sheet metal screws or using a wall embedded, minimum 12 ga. steel anchor plate with #10-24 stainless steel machine screws. The grab bar should not be mounted to drywall, sheetrock, plaster, fiberglass, acrylic or "hollow" wall surfaces without appropriate wood or steel backing material. The recommended center-line height is 33" - 36" above the finished floors. Thank you for considering Swan products for your home!
Answered by: Swan Customer Care Team
Date published: 2017-04-17
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Customer Reviews

30 in. x 60 in. x 72 in. 3-piece Easy Up Adhesive Tub Wall in Tahiti Sand is rated 3.0 out of 5 by 2.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Holding solid for 4 years Had a poor tile job go bad on us. Stripped sheet rock to studs, put up concrete board, sealed with the pink frosting stuff used to seal shower pans. Then cut and glued up swanstone product. Kind of tricky to hold in place until the glue dried. Built a scaffolding, basically a 2x4 framed wall across the tub/shower opening. Used some boards cut to length to push the back piece against the wall. Then tore down the scaffolding and glued up the side pieces using boards cut to length to push against each other. The concrete board plus the swanstone thickness added together ended up flush with the sheet rock on the top and side edges. A little work with concrete mud and fiberglass mesh tape and it looks like it was built that way from the start. Swanstone cleans easy and have had no issues so far - 4 years and counting. More work than a fiber glass insert, more money for the material than most surfaces, but once it is in, it is very easy to keep clean. To us it is worth the extra money and effort, but may not be for some.
Date published: 2013-11-28
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Not what I was expecting given the price. Surface looks good but is paper thin (literally). Thickness is 1/4", quite flimsy, requiring great care during installation due to tendency to flex and bend which can lead to breakage. Seriously, an acrylic liner seems more stable. Definitely not a value at over $1000 for a 3 sided 60"x30"x72". However, once installed, it doesn't look too bad. Can't speak to long term viability, but be careful what you use to clean (no abrasives, pads). If looking for a stone solution, would definitely recommend something else, preferably solid stone or a quartz/resin composite. Hey Home depot, better specs would be highly recommended (e.g. thickness, surface thickness, material type (surface coating over composite material) rather than a single useless phrase ("composite").
Date published: 2016-06-28
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