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accepted Is there an approved way of fixing a cracked Fiberglass Tub/Shower?
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comment Is there an approved way of fixing a cracked Fiberglass Tub/Shower?
Yeah, I did some fiberglass repair a few years back and am enough of a klutz to know I want a pro to fix this. A new tub will cost $3-4K installed. A basic patch and re-coat, $450. The more radical repair solution, $900. I am OK with $900 vs. $4k, but I want to be sure the method is sound. I'd hate to have it done and then a few months later have to spend the money to have the whole thing replaced.
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comment Is there an approved way of fixing a cracked Fiberglass Tub/Shower?
See my comment above, coming through another wall is not really an option.
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comment Is there an approved way of fixing a cracked Fiberglass Tub/Shower?
The subfloor is wood. This is a duplex, one-story condo with a crawl space underneath. One side of the bath abuts the other unit in the duplex. I am pretty sure that the back long wall of the shower and other end of the tub are against the exterior walls. I had an inspection done a few months back and there was no sign of leakage. I need to get under there and check again, as I just noticed these cracks.
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asked Is there an approved way of fixing a cracked Fiberglass Tub/Shower?