Specialty RV Retailers Sell Attractive, Durable Shower Pans
A hot, relaxing shower is one of the biggest luxuries of camping in a modern motorhome. Some models, primarily Class A and Class C, feature full size bathtubs, but if you are driving a Class B or pulling a travel trailer, you likely have a stand up shower in your bathroom. If your shower floor, or pan, is showing signs or wear or cracking, a replacement is in order. The good news is that these RV shower pans are easy to find.
One popular outlet that sells motorhome accessories at or near wholesale prices is pplmotorhomes.com. Here you will find a variety of shower pans to fit any bathroom, whether you are outfitting your Prevost, Airstream, or Holiday Rambler. Lyons shower pans feature wood reinforcements beneath textured plastic pans with three or four flanges, as needed. A pan measuring 32 by 24 inches sells for $99.00.
Other retailers like camperpartsworld.com sell aftermarket products like the RV Shower Pan with a center drain. They come in white or parchment and are textured to prevent scratches and scuffs. Wood reinforcements keep this pan from cracking during use. You can choose from 5 different sizes; the shower pan measuring 36 by 24 sells for $102.65.
If your bathroom is configured for a corner shower, like many contemporary motorhomes are, you will need a shower pan that best suits your area. The 32-inch Corner Shower Pan is for sale with either a right or a left side drain hole. It is made of lightweight plastic that comes in white or plastic. A variety of RV models feature bathroom configurations like this, including models manufactured by Monaco and Itasca. A new shower pan like this one sells for $206.46.
At pellandent.com, an outlet for quality new and used RV parts and supplies, you will find a range of shower pans. For example, the Shower Pan Combo, made exclusively for the Fleetwood Cambria, is made of durable fiberglass with a foam subfloor. It features rounded corners and a honeycomb floor. You can purchase this product for $416.52.
Other suppliers also sell products specific to the make and model of the RV you are outfitting. At rvpartssierra.com, you will find many different shower pans made specifically for a particular model of motorhome. If, for example, you drive an early model Winnebago Lakeview (1987-1988), you will find the shower pan you need here. It is part number 292 and features a pebble finish, a foam base, and a 1 ¼-inch lip in the front of the pan. You must contact the supplier for a price quote.
Another great option for RV accessories and parts is dyersonline.com. They sell a full line of shower pans in a wide range of sizes and configurations. The Kinro Composite Pan features a left side drain and comes in white. It is made of ABS plastic and is reinforced with a foam base. You can purchase this product, which measures 32 by 24 inches, for $127.98.
The Lyons Neo Angle Shower Pan has an elegant flair that it adds to your corner shower. It is available in white or parchment and is lightly textured to prevent scratches as well as keeping you safe from slips and falls. It includes an apron and wood support, making installation quick and easy. You can find this product at tweetys.com for $201.30.
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