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Tile Redi

Model 3448C-PVC

Internet #100659096

Store SO SKU #1000948612

34 in. x 48 in. Single Threshold Shower Base with Center Drain

$572.00 /each
  • Customize your shower base by directly installing your own tile
  • Over 100 different sizes and shapes offered from Tile Redi
  • Redi Poxy easy epoxy adhesive included

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Product Overview

Redi Base shower pans come in over 100 standard models with a variety of sizes and drain locations. Choose from single curb, double curb, triple curb, or barrier free entrance. All models offer the top-quality features you expect from Tile Ready brand shower pans. Tile Redi shower bases comply with all national and local plumbing codes and are UL listed.

  • Single curb shower pan with center drain, 34 in. D x 48 in. W
  • 1-piece, pre-pitched shower pan with integrated curb, splash walls, and 2 in. PVC drain
  • Tileable: tile set directly on shower pan surface
  • Fast and easy-to-install
  • Leak proof
  • Includes Redi Poxy epoxy adhesive and round stainless drain plate

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34 in. x 48 in. Single Threshold Shower Base with Center Drain
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Can I use 12 inch tile on my shower base. The unit I have is 36 x 60.

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May 18, 2016
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If you want to use large tile, I recommend the trench drain models so you can provide a uniform slope to the drain. The center drain will require the tile to be cut at an angle to provide slope to the drain.
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Possible install idea

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November 17, 2015
I'm concerned about getting the mortar base correct as it seems that is an issue for some folks. Is it feasible to just flip the thing over, fill all those ribbed areas with mortar, let it dry, put a piece of plywood over it temporarily and flip it into place?

That would seem to insure perfect coverage and eliminate any potential for gaps, weak / bouncey spots?

Just a thought.
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No, because the purpose of the mortar is to also accommodate at inconsistency between the bottom of the shower base and the floor.
If there were any high/low spots on the floor the shower base and mortar would flex, cracking the mortar and possibly resulting in small pieces of the mortar getting on the floor, making the problem even worse.
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How do I get some more mortar material the bags were leaking I received

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November 4, 2015
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Hi Shed44,
We'd like to speak to you directly as it seems you have some issues with your delivery. Our Customer Service Department can be reached at 800-430-3376. We appreciate your business and look forward to serving you in the future.
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Tile removal

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I have a shower pan that I need to remove a few tiles and replace them. When I peel the tiles up, will I damage the redi-tile shower pan? Whats the best way to remove the tiles with out damaging the shower pan?
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Rated 3.7 out of 5 by 11 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by When installed correctly this product can not be beaten! I have installed many units and have had great success with them on custom bathrooms. A very simple and easy to install product, but you must read and understand the instructions prior to your installation. If you are unsure view the videos at the company's website. I was amused to see this product being showcased by a "pro contractor" on HGTV that clearly did not follow the the instructions April 7, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Good Good, came in very fast had to return contractor change size September 22, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by You have to know what you're doing This is an excellent product. It's too bad some diy'ers don't know how to properly install it and what materials to use with it. There are tricks professionals know and why they get paid for what they do. I have installed several and never had any problem with any of them. I'm happy, customer's happy. Granted, sometimes there may be a factory defect (which I've never experienced) in which case you can just return it. Otherwise, call a professional and save yourself a lot of aggravation. May 7, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by good product This is my second tile redi pan. Had glod results from both installs, just remember not to make the mortar mix to stiff, I thjnk thats where people have alot of problems doing the install. June 2, 2015
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Lacking Instructions for Novice installers The Shower base I found to be very light and easy to install, although the instructions were lacking information when it came to the connection of plumbing, the opening I found non-standard PVC 21/4", there were no specifications I could find on the HD website for this model that gave me the plumbing connections to use. The awesome on-line installation video was very helpful on placement/installation of this showerbase. June 11, 2014
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Buyer Beware I installed the pan per the manufacturer instructions, using a mortar bed, and the pan is flexing under foot in 2 areas. I was extremely careful placing the mortar bed and moving it back and forth to set the fins. From reading (after the fact), this is a common problem, and will cause the grout to crack. I'm left with the option of pulling the pan up and starting over. 3 extra days of labor for this piece of junk. The telephone support was worthless, as apparently they are very concerned about litigation because they could not recommend any fix or alternative to the standard installation. On a blog, I read about using a latex fortified mortar, but the mfr. will not tell me if this will work or not? What a dissapointment, especially considering the steep price. March 8, 2012
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Absolute Garbage DO NOT BUY one of these cheap shower pans. I ordered this model and thought it would arrive just as the spec sheet says. No, the 34" side is 33 5/8". This is a problem because I had already built my control wall so that my backerboard would be flush with the shower pan and I could tile straight across. Now I have a 3/8" gap. Second, the side walls are suppose to be 1/2" so that the backerboard in the shower stal mounts flush. Of course, the 48" side is 5/8", not 1/2". So what am I suppose to do to make it flush?? Shave off an 1/8" of the shower pan? The on a dry fit, I notice the 48" back wall is 1" off the stud. So I pull the pan out and put a straight edge up to the back, it's bowed in 3/4". Are you kidding me? For the kind of money paid for this, I am EXTREMELY DISAPPOINTED and it will be going back. October 27, 2011
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Installation instructions need revision Being the first time, and probably the last, that I've installed a shower base I relied entirely on the instructions provided with the base. The instructions emphasize spreading the underlaying adhesive to ensure coverage of all base ribs. The adhesize is prepackaged and included with the base and I assumed that would be sufficient for the base I bought. Wrong! After preparing the adhesive and spreading it to cover the major ribs, I had only a thin layer left for the center portion of the base. That didn't work. The center needed more adhesive and I was left with an annoyingly squeeky base. More adhesive should be supplied with the base. For the customers sake, It's better to have too much adhesive than not enough. I would only recommend it to someone who is willing to make the added expense of buying more adhesive. April 3, 2012
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