|Posted by hj on March 21, 1999 at 23:48:47:|
|In response to Re: Install Whirlpool bath|
Without seeing the tub, it is hard to say if it should be installed. But those tubs seldom have the tile flange, because they are designed to fit into a platform. When they are installed in a flush enclosure, you will usually make or buy an aluminum strip that goes under the tile and fastens to the tub's back edge and then a bead of silicone caulk to seal it to the tub.
: After buying the tub from HOME DEPOT over two years ago to replace a single fibreglass tub and shower which I ripped out I have yet to install it. Need advice on whether to buy for a plumber/electrician to do it or try doing it alone. I talked to a plumber who told me that I had bought the "wrong unit" because it didn't have the nailer attachment to make the installation waterproof when the shower was being used.
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