How to Remove a Shower Stall for a Bathroom Remodel
If you’re ready to start a bathroom remodel in your home, you may be wondering how to remove an old shower stall to make room for a new one. Removing old shower walls is an involved process that requires many steps. This includes shutting off the water, removing the drain assembly and plumbing parts, and cutting the silicone seal surrounding the old shower to detach the shower enclosure and remove it from the bathroom.
Once the old shower is removed, you’ll need to take care of any water damage around the walls and base to get the space ready for your replacement shower. Because the shower is made up of large and heavy pieces, this process will likely require more than one person to complete. Additionally, installing the new shower requires careful measurements to ensure the new shower will fit and setting it in place to ensure everything is level. You’ll then reattach the plumbing, silicone the edges and complete any finish work necessary around your shower replacement.
Shower Replacement in a Single Day
At Bathwraps, we specialize in bathroom remodel solutions that make it easy for you to enjoy a new bathing space quickly. If your shower stall is in good condition, our acrylic shower liners can be installed directly onto your existing shower space, saving you the time and hassle of a more extensive remodeling project. Each replacement shower we build is custom-manufactured to the exact dimensions needed for your bathroom, ensuring a perfect fit and a gorgeous, finished appearance.
If you’d like to learn more about having a Bathwraps shower installed in your home, contact us today for assistance locating a Bathwraps authorized dealer near you.