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Model #40154

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Pro-Series 32 in. x 60 in. x 57 in. 5-Piece Easy Up Adhesive Tub Surround in White

  • 5-piece bathtub system
  • Includes 4 shelves and integrated soap dishes for storage
  • Easy installation
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$9900

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The Pro-Series 32 in. x 60 in. x 57 in. 5-Piece Easy Up Adhesive Tub Surround in White makes an attractive and functional addition to your bathroom. The 4 shelves feature ridges to serve as self-draining soap dishes and the panels are easy to trim to accommodate a window. The walls have a high-gloss finish and the glue-up installation design enables hassle-free setup.
  • 5-piece bathtub wall set fits alcoves up to 60 in. wide x 32 in. deep
  • 5-piece design for ease of transportation and installation
  • 4 shelves with integrated soap dishes for convenient storage
  • Back panel can be cut for a window opening
  • Install to 1/2 in. (13 mm) drywall or water-resistant drywall, do not install panels over existing ceramic tile or plywood
  • Install surface must be free of dirt, film, waxes, wallpaper, or any other residues, painted surfaces must be sanded
  • Recommended adhesive: DAP 3.0, RD 3000, and ECO-BOND
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Ratings
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Wall Width (in.)603672
Wall Height (in.)573658
Wall Installation TypeGlue UpGlue-upGlue Up
MaterialCompositeOtherPlastic
ConstructionFive pieceFive pieceFive piece
Shower TypeTubTubTub
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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
32
Wall Height (in.)
57
Wall Width (in.)
60

Details

Caulkless
No
Color Family
White
Color/Finish
White
Construction
Five piece
Material
Composite
Product Weight (lb.)
16
Returnable
180-Day
Shower Type
Tub
Style
Modern
Surface Type
Smooth
Wall Installation Type
Glue Up

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
No Certifications or Listings
Manufacturer Warranty
Limited 1-year warranty

Questions & Answers

263Questions22Answers

does this surround include back and sides?

Asked by jenny October 20, 2020
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Hi jenny! Thank you for your question! I will be happy to help. Yes, it includes the back and two sides. Best Regards, Tim

Can this be glued to ceramic tile?

Asked by Kim October 18, 2020
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Hi Kim, Thank you for your question regarding the Pro-Series 32" x 60" x 57" 5-Piece Easy Up Adhesive Tub Surround 40154. The panels should be installed directly onto 1/2" drywall or moisture-resistant drywall. Painted surfaces must be sanded. Joint compound is not required unless there are uneven joints or gaps. We recommend using an advanced kitchen and bath polymer sealant for best results and you can find a list of recommended sealants at the link below. These can be used as both a sealant and adhesive. https://images.homedepot-static.com/catalog/pdfImages/18/18c935e5-cdd5-4916-9276-2bce3a0617db.pdf Best regards, Antoine

How easy is it to cut out the holes for the faucet and knobs?

Asked by Topper013 October 18, 2020
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Thank you for your question, Topper013! I'm happy to assist you. The Delta model 40154 can be cut as long as the installation instructions are followed. Please refer to the installation sheet for instructions on how to do this step. Please view the below installation sheet on page 6 section 4. https://images.homedepot-static.com/catalog/pdfImages/23/23cae56a-9cc8-4b6a-a240-d6adf81f43e4.pdf Best Regards, Antoine

Can this be cut down to fit 4 in tub?

Asked by Sall October 11, 2020
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Hi! Thank you for your question! I will be happy to help. Yes, it can be cut to fit. Best Regards, Tim

can I trim the width

Asked by gregess September 24, 2020
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Yes, it is possible to trim the width. HOWEVER, this is a fiberglass type product and cutting it to prevent chipping and cracking/splitting there are several actions that should be followed.....the type of cutting blade,.... taping of the area to be cut.....and Cutting from the back side are all examples. To ensure a smooth cut, read up on cutting/trimming fiberglass products before starting.

Is there a specific window kit i need to buy to install this over a window?

Asked by Ohplmbng September 19, 2020
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Hi... There is no "specific window kit" necessary to install your enclosure over an existing window. If you are covering the window you will need to board up the existing window to allow for a flat surface on to which the back wall of the tub surround will be attached. If you are installing the surround AROUND the existing window, you will need to do some accurate measuring and cutting. Cutting fiberglass requires special attention so as to not chip or crack the the surround. Also, make very sure you seal the edges of the surround where they meet the window trim to eliminate moisture from getting behind the shower wall. You may want to consider removing the window border trim, installing the wall, then replacing the trim pieces, making sure to seal/ caulk around the trim where it meets the wall, again to prevent water/ moisture from getting behind the surround. after installation.

can you cut back wall panel down to 59" and will everything still go together

Asked by josh1096 September 11, 2020
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Hi josh1096! Thank you for your question! Unfortunately the width can not be adjusted on this product. We apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused. Best Regards, Tim

What kind of adhesive does it need?

Asked by ScubaJane September 5, 2020
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Hi ScubaJane! Thank you for your question! We recommend DAP 3.0, or Loctite PL Heavy Duty Sealant from Home Depot. Best Regards, Tim

can this insert be used to combine or trasform into a walk in shower

Asked by ralph August 31, 2020
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Hi ralph! Thank you for your question! Yes, this unit can be transformed into a walk-in shower or use with a tub. Best Regards, Tim

Right now I have ceramic tile . What can I do to install this item ?

Asked by Genia140 August 21, 2020
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Genia..... You can adhere the surround over the tile. BUT, if you don't know the condition of the wall behind the tile, you run the risk of not getting a secure Installation. Meaning, if the old tile comes loose from the existing wall, the surround will also come loose. Leaving the tile up also creates less of a flat surface it needs to be installed securely. I, too, had tile. I took the extra time to remove it and install new green board onto which I mounted the tub surround. This would be the preferred method. If your wall behind the existing tile is in good condition, it can be sanded smooth and reused to adhere the surround.

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Overall satisfied. I am not a carpenter or a plumber, I needed a tub surround that was cheap and fast to get a functioning bathroom again. I had to remove rotted drywall. I put up durock to prevent future issues. I used Loctite PL Max premium for the adhesive, they make two kinds. You can NOT use the one that says fast grab. It says right on it not for tub surrounds. The regular PL max adhesive worked great. I put it on the durock then spread it with a 1/4 v notch trowel to make the glue more uniform and level. you’ll definitely get a wavy surface if you don’t spread the glue. The panels are thin but they’re very flexible. You won’t break it unless you try. cuts with a razor knife for the faucet holes and trimming the edges if your walls aren’t perfectly square. for sealing the seams the recommended Dap 3.0 advanced sealant worked perfectly, adhered to the panels like it should. 100% silicone probably won’t stick but I didn’t try it. It’s not rocket science. it’s not a million dollar bathroom. but if you take your time and follow the online installation guide you’ll end up with a decent looking surround for 1/2 the price. Good for a rental where it’ll get wrecked anyway. I used 6 tubes of adhesive and one tube of sealant. total cost including the durock backing was about $220. well worth it.
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Thank you for your review. We are glad that you enjoy your Delta shower enclosure! We thank you for being a Delta customer.

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Super thin plastic and I couldn't find a caulk to seal the seams nothing would stick I tried 4 di...
Super thin plastic and I couldn't find a caulk to seal the seams nothing would stick I tried 4 different brands and styles . I ended up sanding where I needed the sealer to adhere . Not very happy about that.
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Response from DeltaFaucetSeptember 24, 2020
Hello Belazy964. Thank you for taking the time to leave us your thoughts. I am sorry that this product did not meet your expectations and I will be happy to help you. As the manufacturer, we are committed to supplying consumers with a quality product that delivers the expected performance. Please contact us directly, so we can help you with this matter. Best Regards, Renna DeltaFaucet
Very easy to put up
Very easy to put up
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The installation was completed along with a new tub by a contractor. Has been in use for 30 days...
The installation was completed along with a new tub by a contractor. Has been in use for 30 days and absolutely love my new bathroom. A window was also required for cut out and the finished bathroom looks awesome.
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4 stars for the 5 piece #40154 surround because it's 100% adjustable assuming you like the height...
4 stars for the 5 piece #40154 surround because it's 100% adjustable assuming you like the height, it's certainly cheap for what you get and compared to the alternatives, and looks pretty good installed. My 1950's bathroom had its walls plastered after the 60" tub was installed so I was limited to options that could deal with 59" between end walls - this unit worked very well. 5 stars if it had been just 2" taller and 6" would have been great. I am adding several install comments to all the great advise already here in the reviews - a big thank you to all past reviewers and to HomeDepot for allowing these reviews. The experiences of others was really valuable and contributed greatly to the success of my project. 1. Since it appears these reviews seem to combine several models of surrounds, my comments pertain to the 5 part, model #40154 surround I used - not initially the model I would have preferred to install but actually turned out quite useful to accommodate the not-square-not-perfectly-flat 1950’s plaster walls I was dealing with in this bathroom’s tub/shower. 2. Will repeat a prior comment that was quite important to my install – be sure to check where exactly any molded features like trays/shelves/soap dished/etc will end up - just like others had warned, several preferred models of surrounds had molded features that would have interfered with my existing plumbing. 3. Kudos to my north Seattle Home Depot retail location, I found no shipping/store damage to the edges of my surround panels but I see the possibility so, as advised by several others, be sure to inspect before leaving the store. 4. Also as suggested by another reviewer, I too filled the four hollow molded soap shelf sections of my molded panels with expandable insulation foam from the back to stiffen them up – easy to do and worked great! Found the foam takes more than a day to fully cure, it continued to expand slightly after the first trim so I needed to saw/sand the foam flush a second time a couple days later. 5. I found all 3 of my flat panels came with a protective film on one face (very nice!), so be sure check yours and clearly mark those protected faces as "finish side" at the very start so that you don’t cut your plumbing holes from the wrong side or attempt to glue the filmed face to the wall. 6. I made full mock-up of the plumbing wall of my shower using Ram Board (stiff thin cardboard purchased only in large rolls usually used to protect floors during remodels). Worked great, tested the mock-up using a piece of 1/4" plywood and then used the resulting plywood holes as templates to cut my final plumbing holes in the surround panel - they ended up perfectly aligned. 7. Agree with others that the thin panels in this set were very easy to trim to a final perfect fit: straight edge and utility knife worked great, ‘carving’ with a utility worked fine, belt sander to ‘melt’ an edge to a line worked fine too. 8. My panels were really thin, less than 1/16”. OK but be advised these thin panels are smooth and shiny so they allow every slight feature on the wall underneath to ‘telegraph’ thru onto the final install. For example, I found that using Loctite Power Grab as suggested by others (with a caulking gun in long stripes of adhesive 2” apart) telegraphed right thru the thin flexible panel and no amount of pressure or rolling the panel from the front was able to uniformly flatten them out. Could see every glue stripe on that first panel and especially every adhesive glob and goober as slight ‘warping’ in the shiny reflective panel regardless of all the valiant effort to flatten them into submission from the front. 9. In the application of the adhesive, remember to leave a path for all air between the adhesive stripes to escape (instructions on the Loctite reminds you to leave gaps in the stripes). And the ten minute working time warning on the Loctite Power Grab before it ‘skins’ is quite real and it turns out that 10 minutes goes by really quickly…I set a timer for the corner pieces so I wouldn't get distracted. 10. Otherwise, Loctite Power Grab worked OK (suggested 4 tubes would work for most installs, bought 8, used 6), it grabbed great and didn’t slide around at all. But in the end, I would have preferred using an equally suitable adhesive that would have come in a quart can I could have installed it with a toothed trowel like when using for flooring adhesive. For the rest of the install, I ended up flattening every Loctite Power Grab adhesive stripe (a 2” plastic putty knife cut with 1/8” teeth) before applying the panel and I could still see many of my now flattened adhesive stripes through the thin panels but with much less distortion and warping in the reflective surface than the first panel. 11. IMPORTANT NOTE: Loctite Power Grab WILL NOT adhere two non-porous surfaces and the tubes specifically says it is not to be used to bond the overlapping portions of multi-panels installs! Found that the 100% silicon I had purchased for sealing all the panel edges worked fine for these overlaps by testing it on using some of my off-cuts. I could still rip my sample lap joints ‘glued’ with silicon apart after a couple days of curing but it took some work and am assuming the silicon also will set up better with time. I trimmed everything to minimize the width of the lap joints (there would have been enough for several inches of overlap in my old cast iron tub) to leave just a small ¾-1” overlap so I could then rely on the Loctite for the primary adhesion of the panels along with a big stripe of silicon on the overlap section that squeezed out past the final lap. 12. I used blue painters tape on the adjacent face 1/16” from the edge of the final lap joint to both align the final corner panels as I installed them and keep the silicon squeeze out from spreading too far onto the face of the adjacent panel (I also blue-taped every perimeter edge when I silicon sealed the entire final install – remember, you can’t paint the silicon beads that will protect your walls behind the surround so you need a really clean silicon joint). Be sure to have lots of rags/paper towels ready at hand to keep your fingers clean for the rest of the install. 13. What I wished I had done differently: the corner panels of my 5 panel unit had a long face with the molded soap trays and a short "bent" edge that included a molded 1” radius for the corner which extended 3" to overlap the adjacent flat panels on both ends of tub enclosure. Others here have noted about the resulting gap at the top of that radius in the corner that needs to be filled and silicon sealed (I stuffed a rag into it and gooped it all with silicon - worked fine). But I wish I had put a small 45 degree wooden backer up the entire corner so I could have added a stripe of adhesive that would then support this radius corner without an air gap behind it. The final install without a backer is OK but I can still distort the radius a little pressing on it with a finger so I realized after the fact it’s possible an errant blow in the future might easily penetrate the thin corner. 14. The same corner panels with the short 3” sections that extend beyond each radiused corner to overlap to the adjacent end panels - this 3” section terminates with a small 3/8” bent ‘leg’ that acts as a standoff along the entire lap joint with that adjacent end panel. In general, the corner panels finish well and looks fine with this little ‘leg’ but I wish I had carefully trimmed that 3/8" leg and its tiny molded radius completely off my corner panels and made that lap joint with the end panels completely flat as the little 3/8" leg resulted in leaving another small air gap all along that lapped portion which I wasn’t fully successful in filling with adhesive and silicon during my install. 15. Final note – remember every caulking guns dribbles. I was glad I had protected the entire tub and bathroom flooring with plastic for the duration of the project. Several times I was a couple steps across the plastic covered floor before noticing my shoes were tracking adhesive/silicon in my wake… Good luck!
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The unit came with no directions, so I had to find some from another manufacturers web site. My son and I tore up the wall to the studs and replaced it with green boards and sealed it. Once the mud dried, we glued the wall using special surround wall liquid nails and 100% real silicone seal for the edges and corners. Buy three sticks of the glue and two of the silicone, better to have extra than having to go back for more. Also, it is recommended to let the glue cure for 24 hours. The wall looks good once finished and it should last for a while. It was quicker than tile and it looks professional.
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Great price, easy to install, looks perfect!
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It was really cheap and easy to install. I love how my shower looks now. Just look at the before & after photos. Good deal.
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Response from DeltaFaucetOctober 26, 2020
Hello! Thank you for your five star rating! We appreciate your feedback and in being a Delta Faucet customer! Best Regards, Tim DeltaFaucet
quality product with a great design. Easy install.......
quality product with a great design. Easy install.......
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Hi PropertyBoss! Thank you for your review! We are very happy to hear you are so satisfied with your new tub surround! We appreciate your feedback and in being a Delta Faucet customer!

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Follow directions and had no problems, for my adhesive i...
Follow directions and had no problems, for my adhesive i used liquid nails for tub surround, still used a trail after putting up adhesive, little advise when cutting holes out for faucet and shower pipe, used a hole saw, but cut hole out in reverse mode low setting 1st, then once it has an indention put drill in forward and still go slow, will make perfect hole. will purchase it again if need to do another bathroom, very good quality.
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