Is this a finished product?

NO. It is black in color with a sand textured bottom. It is ready to be tiled.

What comes with each order?

A round chrome drain assembly will accompany each order.

What are the bevels?

The pans bevel 1/4″ per foot from all 4 sides to the drain.

What are the EZ curb measurements?

The EZ curb is 4″ high and 4″ wide.

What are the Illusion curb measurements?

The Illusion curb is 4″ high and 4″ wide.

How far from the side to the center drain is required?

A minimum of 4.5″ from the side to the center of the drain is required.

Do the curb-less pans need to be recessed?

Yes, curb-less pans will need to be recessed into the finished floor for a seamless (ADA accessible) look.

Illusion Shower Pan drain measurements?

A minimum of 12″ from the side to the center of the drain for Illusion pans is required.

Should the 3 part drain bolt-section come apart?

During installation, the 3 part drain bolt-in section should not come apart.

Can I use regular modified latex to lay tile?

You CANNOT use regular modified latex to lay tile.

Can Rectangle or Square benches be custom designed?

YES. Rectangle or Square benches can be custom designed.  12″ deep makes a good ledge for shaving or other use, 15″ deep will sit an adult comfortably, and 18″ deep provides a more substantial seat for the elderly or disabled.

How far away from the side wall must a drain be?

Drain location must be at least 5″ away from side wall.

What size should the hole in the floor be?

Hole in the floor must be 6-5/8″.

Can the pans be utilized on bare cement floors?

Our Shower Pans can be utilized on cement floors.

What sort of thinset should be used under the pan?

Latex modified thinset should be used under the pan.

What sort of thinset should be used to set the tiles?

Rapid set thinset to set the tiles.

Are there any accessibility options for the pans?

Pans can be made curbless-open for ADA accessibility with the pan being recessed into the floor or a ramp added on for a roll in capability.

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