Re: fiberglass shower stall
Posted by Jeff Houtz on September 17, 1999 at 09:32:58:
In response to Re: fiberglass shower stall
I was concerned that the "threshold" is so low on those I've seen, that a curtain wouldn't be able to keep water in - what I thought I needed (or need) is a "threshold" that's higher than those I've seen -- getting the unit into the room may or may not be a problem -- J.


: They will all accomodate a curtain, but you will have to find a neo-angle rod. These rods have a center support which fastens to the ceiling and two curtains which meet at the support. But are you sure you can get the new unit into the room?

: : We need to replace a fiberglass pan & two-sided glass shower enclosure, and wish to put in a fiberglass unit (no larger than 42"square) - problem is that I can not find a one piece fiberglass unit that will accommodate a shower curtain (needs 'step in') - we don't want a glass door or side(s) like we have now -- any suggestions where to look for such a shower?

: : Thanks!

: : Jeff Houtz




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