|Posted by Terry Love on January 12, 19100 at 02:17:05:|
|In response to Re: revoming fiberglass shower stall - one piece|
: To remove the existing shower stall is it necessary to remove the surrounding sheetrock (since the unit tucks under the sheetrock) or is there another way?
Not really, I use a sawzall with a wood rough-in blade to cut the shower out in pieces. When reinstalling the new walls, you can sometimes extend the tile or marble to cover over what you have cut out. If not, check for "small job" drywall repair. They are a completely different animal from your normal drywallers. Repairs with these guys takes only a day, taped, textured and ready to paint! Terry
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