|Posted by hj on October 08, 1999 at 02:44:11:|
|In response to Re: corner shower stall|
The two critical dimensions are the location of the drain opening, since some center it using the wall dimensions, and others place it in the center between the corner and the anglesd front ledge. The second measurement is to determine if you can get it into the room and place it in position.
: I have a corner shower stall on a concrete slab floor that is in need of replacement. I see that I can buy a new complete set for about $300. How much time should I allow to remove the old one and install the new one? What measurments should I make to ensure that the new unit will fit the pipes and drain of the old one? Any helpful suggestions will be appreciated.
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