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Old 10-26-2011, 09:31 PM   #1
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Sterling shower ensemble over greenboard, cover flange with trim?


Ive got a shower alcove in the basement already drywalled with greenboard. Ive got a sterling ensemble 3 panel shower kit with drain pan. My question is aesthetics and sealing. Without having to remove the greenboard and with the shower walls on top of it, what can I use to cover the flange to hide it? Do they sell a special type of trim that would work that I can caulk? I know most have it installed straight to the studs and drywalled over the flange, but this is not an option here.

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Old 10-26-2011, 09:55 PM   #2
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Sterling shower ensemble over greenboard, cover flange with trim?


we have done this a few times we used solid pvc trim and ran it through our routor to create a small offset....it fit like a glove and looked great.....trim can be found at lowes, home depot,...hope this helps

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