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    Shower try replacment

    Bathroom Specialists

    Is it possible to remove the shower tray without damaging the tiles? It is possible to remove only one line tile from the try's perimeter. To do so, use a flat pry bar and hammer to remove only the bottom row or two of tiles, then cut through the cement board or drywall behind them.

    Asked by Belinda on 14th Apr 2022
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    "In most cases, no, unless you can slide it out, which in most cases is also no unless you remove the surrounding obstructions, which means you'll need to be or hire a Plumber, so also no.

    There is, however, always a possibility in construction if you have enough money.
    Just remove the ceiling below, fit acro's, cut out the joists and remove the tray from underneath, that will cost about £2-4k to do and put back to its previous state.

    Anything is possible with enough dosh!"

    Answered on 17th Apr 2022 - Member since Jan 2017 - report
    A & E Interiors Limited

    "Yes I would remove the bottom row of tiles then remove the shower"

    Answered on 22nd Apr 2022 - Member since Feb 2017 - report
    Bledar kochi

    "It is possible to remove the shower tray , by breaking apart the tray piece by pieces with a chisel and soft hammer carefully."

    Answered on 14th Apr 2022 - Member since Apr 2020 - report
    R K Building Contractors

    "Hi, you have to remove the bottom row of tiles and then remove the tray with the waste.
    Also, check the base for water damage if it has been leaking."

    Answered on 14th Apr 2022 - Member since Jan 2021 - report

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