|Posted by Moore on October 13, 1999 at 20:51:43:|
|In response to Re: Fiberglass Shower repair|
Gert a new shower installed. Shooting foam into the void is not a permanent repair, and you'll be throwing good money after bad. The leaky shower has weakened the subfloor below the shower and the softened wood is getting rotted. The new shower will be the opportunity to fix the rotting floor and look for other hidden damage to your lovely home.
: I have a 20 year old fiberglass shower. The floor is begining to flex around the drain collar causing leakage. Do I need a new shower stall? Someone has recommended drilling holes in the floor and shooting in foam, then plugging the holes and refinishing the bottom. What do you suggest.
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