Rated 4.8 out of 5Â by 8
Rated 5 out of 5Â by tom555 Excellent product, needs patience to install
Mine came with the double sided adhesive which took an entire day to remove with single edge blade and Goo-B-Gone. All the bracing must be precut and fitted. When it comes time for the silicone caulk, all must fall into place and a helper is critical. The end result is great, it even smells like a fiberglass boat.
October 5, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5Â by ZAMETSPECIAL WORTH THE MONEY!
WE INSTALLED THIS TUB WALL ONE YEAR AGO, IT HAS STOOD THE TEST OF TIME AND WEAR FROM MY 4 YEAR OLD. IT IS EASY TO CLEAN AND APPEALING TO THE EYE. WOULD RECOMMEND IT TO ANYONE!
January 22, 2007
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Samsonite Solid surround...does what it is meant to do.
I am very happy with my purchase. Yes I spent the extra money on a tub surround, but it is definitely worth the price and does exactly what it is meant to do and made of solid quality.
January 11, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5Â by CapeCodder This product arrived filled with dirt.
Aside from arriving with a lot of fine dirt inside the box, this is a really good product. The panel system is easy to install. Though, the three tubes of silicone are not the same. So, be careful. They are the same product, but, only one is white and the others are clear. The white one is for exposed sealant after the panels are installed. I found this out the hard way...after using the white tube on the first three panels.
September 4, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Evie Good product, solid and easy to install.
The surround was sturdy, easy to handle and very nice looking. The first tub surround I ordered had to be returned as it was damaged but Home Depot was very accommodating and reordered another right away. It took a little longer than I wanted to wait for it but that was due to the poor weather conditions. The only issue I had with the installation was trying to brace the walls as the glue dried. You are not suppose to use screws or nails to hold the bracing together but when you move one board a tiny bit everything else came tumbling down. Someone has to invent a bracing system that can be adjusted according to style and size of surround to make it easier to install. One more comment - the packaging needs to be improved. I order a cheap coffee maker and it is packed in Styrofoam and packaged really well. I order an expensive tub surround and it is only packaged in a cardboard box with no bracing to protect it from damage. Why not package that in Styrofoam so it won't get damaged?
April 8, 2014