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Tile Redi 42 in. x 60 in. Single Threshold Shower Base with Left Drain
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Tile Redi

42 in. x 60 in. Single Threshold Shower Base with Left Drain

$616.00 /each

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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 left drain, 42 in. D x 60 in. W
  • 1-piece, pre-pitched shower pan with integrated curbs, splash walls, and 2 in. PVC drain
  • Ready-to-tile: tile set directly on shower pan surface
  • Fast- and easy-to-install
  • Leakproof
  • Includes Redi Poxy epoxy adhesive and round stainless drain plate

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42 in. x 60 in. Single Threshold Shower Base with Left Drain
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Threshold location

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September 19, 2016
Can I get this base with the threshold on the 42 inch side and nailing flange on the other 3 sides, or better yet, can I get it without a threshold, and nailing flange on all 4 sides? I will build my own thresholds.
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September 22, 2016
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Thank you for your recent inquiry with The Home Depot, Red. We do not offer a shower base with the threshold on the short side or without a threshold.  We appreciate your business and look forward to serving you in the future. Thank you for shopping Home Depot.
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What is single threshold?

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January 24, 2016
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A single threshold shower base means the base is for an alcove shower.
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42 in. x 60 in. Single Threshold Shower Base with Left Drain is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 4.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Easy to install Took about 1/2 hour to install this base, even with a blind connection to our home's drain pipe. I used 1" floor tiles which conformed to the base's contour very nicely.
Date published: 2010-06-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from DIY Shower Pan Very easy to use. Certainly beats a mortar bed pan installation. The pan was easy to install and tile. The drain slopes perfectly eliminating any worries of standing water. Highly recommended despite the "premium" price.
Date published: 2014-12-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Shower pan This is the second time I've used the Tile Redi shower pan. Easy to install and it holds the tile well. No leaks so far (2 1/2 years) from the first pan. I wish the video had a woman in a bikini demonstrating installation.
Date published: 2014-06-25
Rated 1 out of 5 by from At Your Own Risk Remodeling shower on second floor. I was scared to do this large walk in shower rather than a tub because i worried about grout failure, water leaking to first floor. I didnt want to do tar/hot mop. I was skeptical that a rubber membrane could be installed without accidentally puncturing the mebrane and - water leaking to first floor. I thought i solved all my fears with this tile product. Tile redi shower pan. I trusted that the plumbers we hired had installed one before. I trusted that if they were not sure about something they would read the directions. Issues with product - it is molded plastic. Therefore it is not as rigid as they would have you believe. We did have to lay down a mortar bed. Plastic does NOT stick to mortar. When the mortar dried, and moisture evaporates and mortar "shrinks" a bit, the molded plastic floor has voids. The floor has "bounce". We all freaked out. You cant tile on a bouncy floor!! We ripped it out and did it again. This time when the mortar dried it seemed worse. The third time and $835 more labor spent to plumbers and carpenters, it was better/not perfect but better. (Plus, lots of worry/tension/frustration on everyones part. plus 4 days lost - i resigned myself to think - well...lets finish, get everyone out of our house. Take a few showers, and if it is a disaster i will hire different people to come and rip it out, hot mop/tar the old fashioned way and pay more $$$$ just to be done with it). So far, it hasnt failed. Its been nearly a month. But i have my plan b ready if needed. Another issue with the product - i thought the dimensions would be perfect. BUT, now after it is finished, i feel that the curb is not quite high enough. I do have constant worry that water will splash outside the short curb and onto the floor and down - to the first floor. Yes, you can see my paranoia about water dripping downstairs. Issue with the people i hired - maybe it was just the people i hired. Were they just set in their ways and wanted to do it their way and what did i know, bringing them this "new" product????? Yesssss.... I read plenty of reviews before i spent my $600 on this shower pan, but i chose to believe that the poor guy who said he re-did his 4 times - must not have known what he was doing / he's a 'home-jobber' / my guys will do just fine, thank you very much!!! To the gentleman that did it 4 times - i sincerrely apologize for not believing you. I regret it $$$$ too!!!! I had also read on the tile ready website that "Hotels" were using this product...which re-inforced my desire to use the product - 'if hotels are using it- its got to be good - right?' Wrong!!! I ended up calling the manufacturer for help. They were sorta helpful but pretty much like - "yeah, that happens, keep working with it till you have removed the voids." I budgeted $8,500 of my hard earned money for this project. I felt that was fair - labor included. The extra $835 for labor because of this project put my overbudget project even more in the RED! Ended up at $10,200 after all my overages. It looks great, but what heart-ache. No...i dont recommend this product. I have written tons of favorable reviews of products ive bought over the years. I dont want you to think im crabby about everything. I just want you to be duly warned before you make your decision to use a tileredi shower pan. I admit I bought it through home depot rather than the manufacturer to save on shipping costs and ease of returning in case i decided against it. I should have returned it when things first started to go downhill.
Date published: 2015-06-28
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