Just keep in mind that shower floors aren't level. They slope at
varying angles towards the drain.
This could be a slight issue with anything that you build or buy - it
might rock or wobble.
You didn't say if the floor was tiled or not. If it's fiberglass, and
if I wasn't sure if there was a firm concrete bed under it, I'd avoid
anything with narrow, pointed legs.
Looks like the group consensus is buy vs build (wood or tile).
The unit that Oren linked to appears to be a design with 3
A shower retrofit (demo, frame, tile) is going to cost at least 10x
what a purchased seat would cost.
Is the shower stall large enough for a seat?
My tile guy talked me out of a tiled / in shower seat.......shower
stall was not big enough.
32 x 42 neo-corner
My suggestion, buy one from http://www.allegromedical.com & you're
Hey Bob. In this instance (OP's above-average weight shower
occupants), four legs would certainly be safer. A little wobble you
can live with (and those chairs aren't stiff enough to resist racking,
anyway), but going ass over tea kettle in a shower you might not live
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