Mark-E Goof Proof Shower Kit 4-in-1 Shower Pan System

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Mark E Industries Quick-Pitch Kit QPK-101 "GOOF PROOF SHOWER"

$43.07
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  • The Goof Proof Ultra Shower Kit from Mark E. Industries allows you to quickly and easily construct your shower floor with the correct water drainage slope of 1/4" per 12" run. This time-saving kit permits construction of standard 36" x 60" shower areas with a centered drain.

    I've used the Goof Proof Shower Kit several times with excellent results. There are a couple drawbacks: The kit comes with 6 pitch sticks. 8 sticks would be better- one for each of four corners, and one for each center of four walls. Although it works great for a round drain, the system won't accommodate a square drain. If the curb is longer than 30", you'll need to purchase more than one curb set. Overall, the system is almost foolproof, easy to cut and install, and makes it easy to correctly pre-pitch and pitch the shower floor.

  • The Goof Proof Standard Shower Kit from Mark E. Industries allows you to quickly and easily construct your shower floor with the correct water drainage slope of 1/4" per 12" run. This time-saving kit permits construction of standard 36" x 60" shower areas with a centered drain.

    I know the last reply was over a year ago. Why did you make the fall on the pre pan 1/4″ if when you do the pan with the goof proof shower pan kit it has the 1/4″ per foot required fall? Did this double up increase the fall to 1/2″ per foot? Thank you for the post as it helps me lots.. I have a 60″x42″ rh drain shower to do and the price and reviews of the prebuilt pan I was going to use is making me highly consider doing this method myself. Thanks for your time.

  • I know the last reply was over a year ago. Why did you make the fall on the pre pan 1/4″ if when you do the pan with the goof proof shower pan kit it has the 1/4″ per foot required fall? Did this double up increase the fall to 1/2″ per foot? Thank you for the post as it helps me lots.. I have a 60″x42″ rh drain shower to do and the price and reviews of the prebuilt pan I was going to use is making me highly consider doing this method myself. Thanks for your time.

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