Re: Replacing a basement shower
Posted by hj on February 28, 2002 at 23:06:05:
In response to Re: Replacing a basement shower
No. If the drain is not in the middle, there would be hundreds of other locations where it could be if they made one for every possibility. And even then someone would have a measurement that they would not fit.

: The existing, probably home-made shower had to be ripped out of our basement bathroom: the walls had leaked, destroying the wallboard and part of the studs behind it. Now that everything's clean and dry, I'm left with a 32' square of open studs and a concrete floor with a drain in one corner. I'd love to install a prefab shower stall, but they all seem to come with the drain in the center. Is it possible to find a prefab shower floor with a corner drain anywhere?

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