Re: Cracked Fiberglass Shower Pan
Not that this can't be a DIY project, just be forewarned that your results will be less than professional because of lack of technique and proper application methods. I personally have not had the guts to attempt a crack repair, though I have done a number of chip repairs which are pretty easy, using the DIY kits. At any rate, I'm not suggesting that you don't attempt this on your own, however you may want to consult a few professional refinishers that can do a high quality repair at a reasonable price. I've had cracks repaired and the shower pan and surrond refinished for around $350 (several years ago ). Tubs with surrounds run about $450.
Again, not saying that this is not a DIY project, only suggesting that there are affordable alternatives to total replacement.
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