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The DreamLine SlimLine neo shower base may be used in a custom shower project or combined with a DreamLine neo-angle shower enclosure for a complete shower installation. The modern shower bases (also referred to as shower receptors, shower trays or shower floors) have a low profile design for a clean polished look. DreamLine shower bases deliver a smart alternative to the time and cost involved with custom tile, with a product that is easy-to-install and an excellent value. Made of attractive high gloss Acrylic/ABS materials, the bases are fiberglass reinforced for durability. Each neo shower base comes standard with a slip-resistant textured floor pattern, 2-side integrated tile flanges and an opening ready for a standard compression fitting drain. DreamLine offers a collection of cUPC certified low profile shower bases. These shower trays are cUPC certified, which affirms they are in compliance with applicable American and Canadian codes and standards.
Neo Shower Base
High quality scratch and stain resistant acrylic
Slip-resistant textured floor for safe showering
Integrated tile flange for easy installation and waterproofing
Fiberglass reinforcement for durability
Drain not included
Must be mounted against studs
Note: Plumbing codes vary by state; DreamLine is not responsible for code compliance. If purchasing a separate shower enclosure, be advised that a shower base is ordered to fit the rough opening dimensions (against the studs), while a shower enclosure is ordered to fit the finished threshold dimensions, so shower base will always be larger than the coordinating shower enclosure