|Posted by hj on June 03, 19100 at 09:38:56:|
|In response to Re: cracked fiberglass bathtub|
Removing and replacing them is a major job, especially since the doorways and rooms are not usually large enough to get a new unit in and maneuver it into place. You could try filling the void under the tubs with a high density expanding foam and then have a fiberglass repair company fix the crack.
: Our built-in one-piece fiberglass bathtub has cracked down the middle of the tub. Upon investigating the cause, we found that there is a dirt bed under the tub. Our house is about 23 years old, concrete slabbed, and in the main bath, there are little doors to look under the tubs. there is concrete all around but dirt directly under the tubs. Evidently the dirt has shifted under this tub,, leaving no support. IS this unusual construction? How do we go about replacing this one piece tub and surround wall?
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