I decided a few months back to remodel a guest bathroom, and went with a fiberglass/acrylic shower pan. The pan was put in place on top of a mortar base, and then sealed to it with liquid nails. At this stage there is now tile on top of shower pan as well, so removing the shower pan would require taking out that row of tile, and likely cutting it out. The rest of the bathroom however is unfinished.
Unfortunately the pan creaks, and I know if that isn't fixed it will drive me crazy. It's a brand new bathroom, the tiled wall looks beautiful, and everything else will look like a million dollars, but a creaking acrylic shower pan is going to ruin it aesthetically for me.
What are my options at this point? Try to salvage the pan with techniques to stop it from creaking (I've read about foam, etc.) or just take it on the chin and rip it out and go with a tiled base? It'll definitely add to the cost of the project and time, but if I'm not going to enjoy the end product, the money is beside the point.
Thoughts and advice are welcome.