|Diameter (in.)||36||Product Width (in.)||0.50 in|
|Color Family||Black||Flooring Type||Stone, Tile|
|Product Weight (lb.)||2 lb||Returnable||90-Day|
|Manufacturer Warranty||Lifetime Warranty - Mark E. Industries, Inc. warrants it's products are free from defects in materials and workmanship. Warranty does not cover damage due to obvious misuse, abuse or modification. We will repair or replace without change, at our option, any part that should prove defective. Part(s) must be returned, freight prepaid, with proof of purchase.|
A: If you look closely at the photo there are only 3 extended floats used. The others are the standard sticks to which the extended attach to.
A: There is a male end on the extender stick that is inserted in the female end in the standard stick as in does in the center ring. All instructions and installation videos are on goofproofshowers.com
A: The extension set interlocks with the base set. It just snaps together... Easy system to use, However when you go out over 4 feet you may want to add another leg in between for ease of leveling...
A: Your standard shower only has four corners, one rail to each corner.
A: No, 4 sticks is the standard. One to each corner.
A: No Usually you only need them for the corners so that is why they are a count of 4
A: We were forced to buy the extra kit. We ended with having 2 unused pieces. But I looked at it this way. If we miscalculated, we at least had 2 replacement pieces.
A: Depends on where your drain is. Measure from drain hole to each corner, if any distance is longer than 36 inches you will need an extension kit.
A: Depends on location of drain. If drain is centered in area, then you may get by without the extensions. If drain is located closer to one end (like mine) you will probably need the extensions. We converted a 3x5 tub area into a walk-in show with drain located about 10 inches from faucet side of area and had to have extensions.
A: If the drain is centered then the standard will do the trick. If the drain is at one end then the extension kit will be needed.
A: That would depend on the drain location and the liner system you will be using. Follow the links below and let me know if you need additional help. http://www.markeindustries.com/videos.html this link will take you to the Product Video page on our web site. There you can click on the instructional video which shows how to install the Liner system of your choice using our tools. http://www.markeindustries.com/resources.html this link has the Estimator Sheets which will instruct you on how to figure the tools, liner and the amount of cement necessary to complete your shower project. http://www.markeindustries.com/pdf/Product_Catalog.pdf this link has the Product Catalog with all current products available.
A: That depends on where your drain is. Measure from the drain to the corner, as long as it is not longer than the rail you will be fine with out the extensions. (The center ring will add about 1-2 inches to the length)
A: Depends on where drain is. Measure from drain hole to corner, If the length is longer than the rail length, you need the extension pack. ( of course you want to measure the longest distance from drain to corner)
A: No you don't. I did shower that was 60x84, and did not need extended kit, which I returned. It is easy to continue the same slope of 1/2 inch per foot or 1 inches per 2 feet. This is checked by putting a level at wall opposite drain and measuring gap at 2 feet, which should be one inch. There are a number of good quick pitch videos on you tube.
A: Yes. They should include the extension in the original package because you need the extensions for all but the smallest of showers.