fitting a 900mm quadrant shower

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  1. paul78

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    hi, iv just finished fitting of a 900mm quadrant shower tray. i had to raise the frame approx 5inch for the waste fall. putting the waste under floorboards wasnt an option.

    know im wondering whats the best product to fit to fill the gap???
     
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    I always keep some window trims in the van for this sort of thing. But the biggest I know is 100mm.
     
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    i was thinking window trim, but was unsure on the sizes etc.

    just been reading 'hardboard' with mirror screw caps for easy access.....
     
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    External plastic fascia board comes in larger widths...
     
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    you should be able to buy some sort of facia pack. try looking for easy plumb facia packs, as these are basically shower trays on legs. So they have a facia to cover these.
     
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    I used a piece of 9mm uPVC flat soffit board fixed with mirror screws.
     
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