Where can I buy offset (curved) Shower tray plinth?

27 Nov 2004
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United Kingdom

I bought shower enclosure W1200 x D800 mm.
It is an offset "right hand" shower tray where it curved round one of the edge.

as picture shown:
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However, the tray is only 100mm thick, and the waste cannot go all the way into the floorboards, therefore i need to raise it up to enable to fit the waste trap.

My question is where can i find an offset (curved) 1200x800 plinth for the shower tray? I asked the shop where i bought the tray from, and they don't have it... could anyone know where?

many thanks, and happy new year to all!
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I used to use fascia board...I think most plumbers do
I use the UPVC facia as well, fix with a few screws & plastic caps for access to the trap if needed & seal the top edge with sanitary silicon.

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Is UPVC easy to bend? cos I need to make it curve as well. :confused:
This is why I wont deal with shower trays which dont have legs, it's all expensive time wasting hassle, it's time they banned the damn things, diy idiots cutting 4" out of joists to get a fall on waste pipes, no access to the trap, expensive marine ply bases, bedding on sand and cement, no proper way of levelling, no panel to finish off with, what twaat designed them in the first place.
I used some Polystyrene/Perspex 1.5mm thick sheet. from www.hindleys.co.uk
Really cheap and easy to do, coz we have chrome fittings in the bathroom I used Mirror finished polystyrene sheet, cut it with scissors and silicone sealed it in place with clear silicon mastic, cos its so thin it curves to shower tray shape, whatever shaped and as never failed. I f you need to get to the trap, you just peel away silicon and replace afterwards.
Vern, it's easy to bend, I've even used it to line the reveal of a 500mm diameter port hole window with the help of a hair drier.


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