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Larger tub/shower surround

Posted by kellithee (My Page) on
Fri, Nov 1, 13 at 15:25

We are on a budget but I'm having a hard time finding a larger sized tub/shower combo for our master bathroom. Basically I'm just looking for a tad deeper tub compared to most basic tub/shower combos. Right now the plumber just put the AKER 60 CM in his bid. Or does anyone have different ideas?


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RE: Larger tub/shower surround

We purchased this Sterling Tub Shower Surround;
http://www.sterlingplumbing.com/baths-and-showers/bathtub-showers/product-list?filter%5BWALL_TYPE%5D=Curve&filter%5BBRAND_NAME%5D=Ensemble

It is made of Vekrell. Which is supposed to be better than Fiberglass and Gel Coat tubs, but just under the quality of a fully acrylic tub. We did not want anything with a Gelcoat, and would have purchased a full acrylic tub, but wanted the three piece Tub/ Shower Surround for ease of cleaning. Ours isn't installed yet, but we've "unpackaged" it, and it looks fabulous. The apron on ours is 20 inches, and considered a soaker tub...I can't wait!


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RE: Larger tub/shower surround

Check out this website http://thevanitydepot.com/
I brought some bathroom products from here. Good quality but affordable price.

Here is a link that might be useful: The vanity Depot


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RE: Larger tub/shower surround

Thanks for the advice. Went to a showroom this past weekend and got to actually sit in the sterling tub and wow I'm impressed! I couldn't believe how deep it was! Even my husband was loving it. Can't wait to have it in our house.


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