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Shower Bottom Weak Points (And How to Prevent Them)

The shower bottom plate is the most common point of failure in a prefabricated shower unit — but it doesn’t have to be. With proper care and precaution, you can prevent the shower from exhibiting any weak points or suffering damage during delivery, installation, or years of use. 

5 Common Problems with One-Piece Shower Units

There are many advantages to fiberglass one-piece shower units, from ease of installation and...

Features of a Great ADA Bathroom Layout

Top ADA Compliant Showers for Senior Living Facilities

Comfort and safety are top priorities with ADA compliant showers, especially in senior living...

How to Prevent Water From Spilling on the Floor in Roll-In Showers

Roll-in showers are a boon for accessibility in both residential and commercial bathrooms....

Top Accessories to Include In a Commercial Shower Project

In a commercial shower project, the most impactful accessories will boost accessibility and...

8 Universal Design Bathroom Trends

The idea behind universal bathroom design is to create a room that’s accessible to people of all...

Material Shortages, Production Cuts, Order Delays...Are Showers Next?

Shortages of raw materials and other early supply chain components have hit manufacturers of...

ADA Shower Floor Slope Code Requirements

We get asked a lot of questions about shower slope codes, particularly as they relate to...

3 Benefits of a Commercial Shower Unit That Uses EverFab Core Material

Our unique EverFab Core Material is at the heart of every commercial shower design from...