While traveling to the Dallas area this past weekend, I encountered a "guard post"
at a gas station. The front area to the outside of the jack, the area around the shower plumbing access hatch & the water heater are in need of repair. I have a boat repair business in mind for the actual glass work.
has a one piece bathroom with the sink, shower, floor & sides molded as one piece. There is a medicine cabinet that I presume is for accessing the shower faucet.
My question: Is there anyone out there that has disassembled the wall around the shower & then removed the shower assembly itself? It would be much easier to make repairs if the back side of the fiberglass could be accessed because of the damage to the foam plus working the fiberglass.
The center steps would also have to be removes. I just hope I can wiggle the shower assemble out of place without removing the closet.
Any information would be greatly appreciated.