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High Grade Shower Surround w/ Mortar Bed

Category: Repair

Principal Author(s): Mark Whatley

Key Contributor(s): Seth Harrison, Jennifer Patrick, Lennon Brown

AI Board Approval: 02/04/2017

Last Update: 02/07/2020

Tags: Booster, Masts, Performance, Thermal DBK

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This loss was a residential fire. The bathroom was stripped down to the studs during the mitigation phase. The affected shower was determined to be a high-grade tile shower, with a ½” frameless glass door and partition. This loss was especially interesting due to the features that were incorporated into the shower itself (e.g., bench seat, 3 niches etc.).

This Insight Sheet(C) exists to clarify how one might invoice for a tile shower surround. This does not seek to include or make concessions for all equipment and/or activities as it relates to a loss of this nature.

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3 Comment(s)

Carlos Waumann Posted 3 years ago

"existing fixture removed during mitigation phase" I have a claim like this right now and adjuster is saying all plum fixture should be salvaged from previous shower , vanity etc.. what is the justification for replacement ?
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Tommy Doise Posted 2 years ago

This is very helpful, it could use adding tiling the curb and the jambs.

Parker Olsen Posted 1 year ago

Very thorough, I just purchased the Macro. Might consider adding a curb item such as TIL SWRCC and maybe metal edge that runs up the walls TIL MTA. Thanks guys!
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2 thoughts on “High Grade Shower Surround w/ Mortar Bed

  1. Tom W.

    This high grade shower surround is solid. I can’t wait until you guys knock one out with cement board.