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Give Your Bathroom A Facelift: Add A New Mobile Home Shower Stall


If you have been considering remodeling your mobile home bathroom, you may want to start by shopping for new mobile home shower stalls. Whether you wish to update your look to something more modern or keep it traditional, you will find that there are many different ideas and options on the market today.

The 54-Inch Deluxe Fiberglass Shower Unit features two molded seats and molded soap dishes in the wall of this stall. It is a great option for a manufactured home or modular home with a shower or tub that is in ill repair and in need of replacement. The fiberglass is reinforced with a contemporary polyester for a strong, comfortable shower that will last for years. It is for sale at mobilehomedepotmi.com for $656.20.

At mobilehomeadvantage.com, shower stalls are sold in pieces so you can customize your end result. For example, you may choose the Solid Vikrell Ensemble Base, measuring 36 by 34 inches for $169.00, and than add on the Solid Vikrell Ensemble Back Wall, measuring 36 inches wide by 72 ½ inches tall for $159.00. Two side walls from the same manufacturer measure 35 ½ inches wide by 72 ½ inches tall, and are sold as a set for $259.00. Suppliers like this allow you to choose the pieces you want based on features and prices.

For a more unusual and modern look for your trailer or mobile home, you might consider the 34 by 34 by 80-inch Round Shower Stall. This is a molded fiberglass stall in white that includes molded soap dishes and a white drain and drain cover. The shower base is rounded on one side, and specialty shower doors will be required. This product is part number 3142212 at mccoys.com. You must contact the retailer for pricing information.

One of the top retailers specializing in mobile home parts and supplies is randgsupply.com. Here you will find a wide range of shower stalls and enclosures. These units include One-Piece Tiled Surround. This piece comes in almond or white and folds at two corners, forming a shower stall measuring 32 inches square. The shower pan is sold separately. You can purchase this stall for $233.51.

Made of heavy duty ABS plastic, the 32-inch-square Standard Fit Corner Shower Kit is sold at homedepot.com. It features a white frame, tempered glass doors, and four molded shelves. This is product number 401060 and it sells for $339.00.

You can enjoy a larger space while still making use of the corner shower stall idea. The 54-inch-square shower stall, sold at mobilehomepartspro.com, is a two piece surround designed for a shower pan or a garden bathtub. This is a white stall that features molded soap shelves and a decorative molded frame. You can purchase this product for $174.95.

At winfieldsupply.com, you will find a two-piece fiberglass surround in white or ivory. This item measures 54 inches long by 27 inches wide and is designed to work with a standard bathtub. The product number for the white surround is WALL54W, and the number for the almond surround is WALL545B. You must contact the retailer for information about pricing.


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