Curbless showers, also known as 'zero-barrier showers,' have a number of benefits. For one, they are much more efficient in the use of space than their traditional counterpart. Secondly, they are more accessible to older consumers and people with disabilities. The biggest challenge of building the curbless shower, however, is creating the elevation difference between the shower pan level and the rest of the bathroom floor level." Having identified this, X Curb Industries attempts to help consumers save on the cost of installation with its Rapid Recess--a set of brackets for the curbless shower.
Each Rapid Recess kit is sufficient for building a typical 5' x 5' curbless shower. The brackets are made out of heavy-duty, 16-gauge galvanized steel ensuring further durability.
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