that sounds like the time when my wife, unknowning to me, had a water softener guy come over. he wanted $5600 for a softener, and that was after the discounts. :laughing::no:This is a shared wall in a condo (upstairs bathroom). We had someone from Home Depot quote us for a new acrylic shower. The shower dimensions are 71.5 " high, 33.5 " deep, 58.5 " long, and the drain is in the center, and she said it would have to be custom-built. She really tried to soften up the quote, and repeated the 'features' multiple times before springing the quote on me - $9000 !!
My budget is more like <$1000.
That's a good point that i didn't think about. If you don't care what the finished product looks like, you could actually patch it yourself until you can save up the funds to do what you WANT to do with it.Quickest, easiest and cheapest, especially if you still have the pieces that were cut out is to patch. Boat owner DIYers will fix holes in boats that are that size. It wont be an invisible patch but you should be able to make it strong and waterproof and reasonable looking. If you go to a boating supply store they will have all the supplies, epoxy,gelcoat etc. and brochures on how to use them.