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Old 06-28-2012, 04:04 PM   #1
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Replacing a Neo Angle with a Neo Angle

Hi...I am gutting and re-doing 2 bathrooms in my house. In one bathroom I currently have about a 37" Neo-Angle. I am limited on space so I'm pretty sure I can only put back in a similar shower. I am looking for one in multiple pieces because it has to go thru the door, and one of nice, heavy duty quality so that the base doesn't crack nor the walls leak, and preferably has some built in shelves with a lower one for a foot prop.

Does anyone have any recommendations, keep in mind 37" ones are somewhat hard to find as well...?

I looked at a Sterling that seemed to be of excellent quality and finish but only came in a 39" and I literally cannot accommodate two addtional inches on the other side...



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Old 06-28-2012, 04:10 PM   #2
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Build a tiled shower surround then the largest piece will be the shower base (other than the sheets of backer board) ... you can buy an acrylic shower base (neo angle) from most bathroom suppliers in various sizes but you'll want to make sure the drain is in the same place to minimize extra plumbing cost. With a properly built tiled surround it will not leak, you can create whatever niches, shelves, etc you care for ... as long as you have the budget. You get what you pay for ... well built, durable, sturdy and a very specific size with certain 'features' usually means custom. Depends on what you're after and what is most important as well as what you can afford ... and of course where you are located.


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37" , heavy duty , neo angle , quality

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