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Gap between bottom of shower tray and floor (about 4-5 inch)

Discussion in 'Plumbing and Central Heating' started by 749s, 26 Jan 2010.

  1. 749s

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    COuld anyone recommend a white or cream 'thing' to fill this gap?

    It's just on the front and having recently installed the bathroom, I need to finsh this off.

    Thanks
     
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    uPVC fascia board

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    Whats the flooring?
    If you can set it back from the front of the tray, then you could use a piece of what your floor is, ie tiles, carpet, cork
     
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    Sadly I can't fit a straight down or 'inside the tray' one as there's a slight protrusion, I guess a curved fascia would do this, if they're made.
     
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    upvc windowsill.
     
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    Tiles?
     
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