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How to Choose a KBRS ShowerSlope System

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Homeowners need affordable options for building walk-in showers. After all, most of us don’t have extra cash laying around…although that would be awesome!

We recently installed the KBRS ShowerSlope and were super impressed.

It’s a fully customizable system that anyone can install.

Today is Part 1 of 3 and we’ll show you how to choose the correct ShowerSlope system.

I’m pumped for this tutorial because it’s will open your eyes to what’s possible when building custom showers.

Choosing the KBRS ShowerSlope

Many homeowners get confused when choosing a shower system. They either don’t know what’s out there or don’t know what size system to buy.

Plus, not every shower system has everything required to build a shower.

The KBRS ShowerSlope solves this problem – as does our video!!

Each ShowerSlope kit comes with

  • Shower Pan
  • Curb
  • Liquid Waterproofing
  • Fleece for Corners and
  • Polyurethane Sealant

The first step is to determine the size of your shower then choose the corresponding kit.

ShowerSlope pans are pre-sloped – meaning homeowners or contractors simply adhere them to the drain and subfloor.

Speaking of subfloors,

ShowerSlope pans can be installed over wood or concrete subfloors…more on that in Part 2 where we show you how to build this system.

Also, any backer board can be used with ShowerSlope kits, e.g. cement board, GoBoard, Wedi, etc.

Watch this awesome video to see how to choose a ShowerSlope kit

 

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What’s Next

ShowerSlope kits are available over on Bathroom Repair Tutor.

Watch our next tutorial that shows how to install a KBRS ShowerSlope – we share how to install the drain, pan, curb, niche, and cement board.

Grab our free guide if you’re doing a DIY bathroom remodel – it shares how to remodel a bathroom in 10 days or less

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Thanks as always for reading, watching, and being part of our awesome community.

Ask your questions below and we’d be happy to help.

Cheers,

Jeff Patterson

 

 

 

 

P.S. Our online store has great supplies for homeowners doing a bathroom remodel. You’ll find shower systems, tiling tools, and more.

5 Comments
  1. Eric says:

    Wow, part one. So I can cut down the KBRS curb from 4 inches. I need the room on the width. Can’t wait for part 2, and 3.
    Thanx Guy’s!

  2. Thanks Eric, and yes that’s no problem to cut down 4 inches. Just be sure it’s no more than 3 inches on one side. We’ll have Parts 2 and 3 very soon.

  3. Jeff bryda says:

    Do they offer these kits in a neo angle corner shower layout?

    1. Great question, we only offer the standard kits. But if you want a neo angle we could help with a custom order.

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