We are getting ready to expand our existing standup shower. It's 36"
* 36" with the drain in the middle. The new shower will be 48" *
Reading the posts on this newsgroup I think a shower pan would be the
best way to go. All shower pans at Home depot and Lowes have the
drain at the center. In fact, I don't think I saw a 48 " by 36" model
at either store.
My questions - Is there a place where I can custom make one of these?
I'll need 48" by 36" sloped such that the drain is 18" away from one
of the long ends.
Does the drain have to go down straight? Can I buy one of the
standard ones with the drain in the center and add a drain pipe below
the pan to connect with the existing drain?
The contractor is willing to tile the floor but I'd rather not if I
can avoid the hassle. If it comes down to it, what are the right
questions to ask the contractor about his approach so I know he's
doing the right thing?
Greatly appreciate your input..