|Posted by hj on April 16, 2002 at 08:56:40:|
|In response to Re: Americast Question - HELP!!!!!|
The tub is reinforced sufficiently that I doubt that the flexing is the tub, as long as its substructure is sitting on the floor and not elevated because a hanger strip on the back wall was installed too high. It may be in the flooring itself, in which case foam will not be effective. You are not using it on the tub surround so the warning does not apply to your usage.
: No one will respond, not even American Standard, sure am glad I bought their product! I had an Americast Princeton Tub installed about 5 months ago, contractor said no morter mix was needed underneath the tub since it was not fiberglass, it would not flex or give, but everyday, I feel it under me give a little, I have even spoke to a few plumbers, not too many people have even worked with these tub to know enough about them, It seems pretty secure, but I do not want to wait until its too late, I can always shoot some expandable foam under it from the back, but the can tells me, not for tub surrounds. Help!!!!
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