Re: Shower Pans How to install pan liner,Can you install noble seal to durarock or must you go behind walls to studs.
Posted by Sherman W. Harris on January 14, 2002 at 18:14:51:
In response to Re: Shower Pans How to install pan liner,Can you install noble seal to durarock or must you go behind walls to studs.
: : There are several ways to do shower pans. The Noble co. offers a life time warranty on their shower pan.(1-616-842-7844) A great book is Setting Ceramic Tile by: Michael Byrne. In his book it is explained how to do a shower from the pan--to the setting of the tile.

: : Dear Sally,
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: : : : Terry,
: : : : I have a 68 year old house, we just removed the master bath to the studs-great "aggression therapy"...
: : : : Question/Concern: What is better, i.e the longest lasting with the least problems, : a hard molded shower
: : : : pan, or a Vinyl Shower pan liner? We want a completely tiled shower stall including floor but do NOT
: : : : want to have any problems with leaking pan in 2 years. One contractor says vinyl leaks in 2 years so
: : : : buy a molded fiberglass pan. We don't know what is true! Thanks. sally