Rated 4 out of 5Â by 7
Rated 4 out of 5Â by JimmyDIY Nice product, used similar before, would use again, TIME SAVER!
This product saves time and it great quality. I used it in a walk-in shower, with a glass block wall. You should know that the curb also slopes (I did not know this), so adding a glass block wall was a challenge. You cannot install a glass block wall directly on the floor (not recommended by the manufacturer), so I had to add some mortar to the curb to level it where I installed glass block on about half of the length. Otherwise, this product is great, easy to install and high quality. I was nervous that because it is so light, it might snap or crack after I installed all the weight on top (ceramic tiles, glass blocks, grout), but it held up! My shower drains perfectly and no leaks. I expect my shower to be maintenance free for years.
July 26, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5Â by mom119 plenty of room in the base
This product really is a solid quality made base. The ease of installation of the mortar for setting purposes is a bit messy and tough to keep on when actually placing the base. Once placed properly though, makes for a very solid base.
September 27, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Jenny8675309 Great product
First, this shower base is actually 34 X 60 (the model number states this). I was a little reluctant at first, but this is a great product. It is easy to install, easy to tile and looks great. Yes it is a little pricey but it saves enough installation time that it is well worth it.
April 13, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Zacc Good alternate if...
you don't want to build your own pan or pour your floor. Yeah, it's $600, but you know its Tile Redi's fault if it leaks and it's not too bad to install. I would do it again.
September 14, 2011
Rated 4 out of 5Â by AKhomeowner good solution overall, needs epoxy for tiling, could be less expensive
Worked fine for me. My contractor used epoxy-based mixture for tiling as one reviewer suggested and it went smooth. I got "flexible" mosaic style tiles, partially because the bottom of the base is not flat (and because these are not so slippery when wet, which is important for the shower floor)
Overall, it is a good practical solution. Can not imagine still why it is $600. Massive plastic, not so complicated shape, nothing more. Oh, well ... I guess it is better than making the shape from scratch with concrete or something like this. Would it be $300-$400, I would give full five stars without hesitation. For its current price of $600 - just my vote for four stars and Average grade for Value
May 22, 2012