I repair such fiberglass shower pan liners in the Philadelphia > NYC corridor. Generally, this fix should cost you between $150 and $500 depending on the size of the shower and how many people in your area do fiberglassing. I would strongly suggest having the entire shower basin re-fiberglassed as opposed to trying to patch the hole. However, a good fiberglasser should be able to fix this in a couple of hours for a few hundred bucks. If you are in our area, visit www.CFINJ.com and contact us. Brian
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The best way to repair is to completely remove the shower surround and pan. Build a better support and repair the drain then reinstall. Leaking water will ultimately ruin the actual floor of the camper.
If you are using the cone shaped anchors and you're sure you have the right size hole drilled then just use a small hammer to tap them into place so that small flange on the front rim of the anchor is back tight against the shower wall.When you are tightening screws in be careful to not overtighten or you will cause anchors to slip . Hope this helps. Thank you
Are you talking about the shower pan as in the part of the shower which you stand on? It is possible that you might be able to fiberglass the crack depending on the type of material which the shower pan (tray) is made of. Check with your local Home Depot for a fiberglass kit. Good Luck
There is a tile backer, kinda of like fiberglass mesh, I have also seen a waffle looking plastic, that will go down over the crack in the floor and will not effect the tile one bit. You just tile over everything, no mastic, no set under this stuff, no fasteners, just tile over it like a normal floor, and the best part is, no crack! Hope this helps.
You have a fiberglass tub with tub surround that clamps together and gets screwed in at the top and sides? Did you shim the feet on the floor? Or just rely on the clips that hold it against the wall? If you can still access to the floor, shim everything up, tight, glue in place, then caulk the tub joints, don't caulk it unless you shim it because I don't think it'll work good. you can try it. But,,,,,, hope this helps.
hiit sounds as though the diverter valve is sticking in the mid position although you have turned it to the floor spout as you call it!!
Also it sounds as though the seals are possibly leaking causing the plasterboard (drywall) to get we, or possibly a joint may be leaking. Advice access the pip-work valve etc run shower & check with torch (flashlight) to see where its coming from?
Rectification work replace seals/repair leak...replace diverter valve assembly.