One of the most common shower repairs is a result of the shower pan holding water. In these circumstance, an overlay is generally completed to level the floor and help the water drain correctly. After the shower repairs are made a new fiberglass panel is applied to the shower floor. The edges of the shower repair are then blended in to match the existing shower. Shower overlay repairs are also common to fix cracked shower floors.
Many wall enclosures have a return bend at the top of the system . Shower damage can occur at the top corner either from forcing the system into place or from shifting of the entire unit after it has been installed.
Occasionally plumbing holes need to be moved or changed to accommodate fixtures. We have even completed shower repairs to when a plumber needed to change the shower head from the left to right side of the shower.
Shower repairs are also commonly needed to repair damage to a shower wall when it has been hit from behind. This is referred to as "Reverse Impact" damage and can also be easily repaired.
Contact your local Surface Specialists for pricing and warranty information.
If we do not have a franchise in your area and you think a shower repair franchise might be right for you, please visit our shower repair franchise opportunity website.
Standing Water Repair - Before
Standing Water Repair - After
Fiberglass Cracks - Before
Fiberglass Cracks - After
Shower Pan Hole - Before
Shower Pan Hole - After
Acrylic Wall Repair - Before
Acrylic Wall Repair - After
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