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KOHLER K-9026-0 Purist Shower Receptor, White

$1,067.70
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    As I've posted above, was really heading down the path of that Kohler cast iron shower pan.. skip the mudding, keep it simple and move on. Ran it by my interior designer (wife), she liked some of the color choices going with the tile we've ordered and the bathroom scheme.

  • Did you see my post the other day about ? Well, it was on this ReStore tour that I discovered they even existed. There were several mint-in-box Kohler cast iron shower pans for sale for $210 each. Almond color. Starting price for these retail is $637 and up.

    Thanks for the reply. My GC has stated that the Kohler cast iron shower pans are “single-threshold” while I need one that has a “double-threshold.” According to my GC, this means the Kohler pans need to have three walls (i.e. alcove shower?), while we need a pan that could have two walls (in similar fashion to a neo-angle shower). Due to the pan needing three walls, I’ve been thinking the only way to install said pan would be to build a knee-high wall (pony wall?) to be the third wall. In short, could I go from a neo-angle shower to a semi-alcove shower, where one of the three walls is a short pony wall?

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    Thanks for the reply. My GC has stated that the Kohler cast iron shower pans are “single-threshold” while I need one that has a “double-threshold.” According to my GC, this means the Kohler pans need to have three walls (i.e. alcove shower?), while we need a pan that could have two walls (in similar fashion to a neo-angle shower). Due to the pan needing three walls, I’ve been thinking the only way to install said pan would be to build a knee-high wall (pony wall?) to be the third wall. In short, could I go from a neo-angle shower to a semi-alcove shower, where one of the three walls is a short pony wall?

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