Rated 2.8 out of 5 by 4
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by 1dp2 very disappointed
We purchased this and the base at Home Depot. When we opened the box one of the shower walls was broken. We returned it and reordered another one since we already had the base for it. When we opened the second one it also was broken! We've been trying to finish our shower since June 7 and if we decide to order another one it'll be at least another week for it to arrive. It doesn't help that we have to travel a total of 60 miles to get this home.
June 19, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by gochan4 What a double cluster but David (manager HD #4002) made it right.
shower walls arrived roughly on time but with significant damage from transit. ALSO had two right sides and no left. Swan indicated they were about 1 1/2 months out for replacement as they were "out of stock". The install area was completely out of service so we went with tile instead. Much more expensive but we could not wait the quoted additional time. We did install the Swan shower threshold shower pan which turned out to be well built & ......just right (so far). Very disappointed in Swan being "out of stock" for such a long period of time and the idiot that packaged two right sides and no left. This type of work ethic should not be acceptable in any way. This was just careless/I don 't care. HOWEVER, Home Depot and a manager David stepped up to the plate, took over and made every thing right. Thanks David - good job. (Tigard store #4002)
February 10, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Happy it gives it so much more room and safer to get in and out.
We love the new shower, it gives us so much more room than a standard tub/shower. should have replaced it a long time ago.
April 10, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by KenSR Easy to Install and pleasing to the eye
If you are looking for a reasonable solution to a shower installation for a remodel project, this is the product for you. It is easy to install, reasonably priced and looks great when finished. When coupled with the matching shower base, it makes for a roomy and easy to maintain shower stall. When finishing the drywall do not overlap the nailing flange with the drywall just butt the drywall up to the flange. I used SS screws to attach to the studs and filled in the gap between the edge of the wall panel to the drywall with setting-type joint compound. I used the 90 minute product. I found this tip in an ebook that goes into the techniques for finishing drywall and it works great, plus it will not shrink or crack and needs no caulking. Takes three coats. Before applying the second you apply mesh tape for added strength. The only difficult part of the installation was figuring out where to position the shower valve rough-in because the wall surface sits out about 1.75" from the stud face. I have purchased and installed 3 of these units and very, very satisfied with the end results.
April 16, 2013