Forum Title: Cutting Kerdi Shower Pan
Anyone done it? I?m doing a 36?x70? shower so I ordered the 48?x72?. Schluter reccomends cutting all four sides evenly, if you can?t you can make up the difference in lower height at back wall and front curb (in my case) with thin set. Sounds hokey. Tips? I?ve only done old school mud bed pans but these kerdi shower pans have gotten so cheap it seems to be the way to go, I think it was $135. A mud bed would be almost that much and I?d still need to buy a sheet of kerdi.
Category: Tile Post By: SEAN ORTIZ (Billings, MT), 02/16/2019

How offset will your drain be? I have to trim most of the pans I install a little. Will the height difference at the curb really be that noticeable? Generally it's just 1 row with the sill on top, and not really a focal point of the shower. Sent from my SM-N910V using Tapatalk

- JACOB GREENE (Rowlett, TX), 05/25/2019

Quote: Originally Posted by rblakes1 How offset will your drain be? I have to trim most of the pans I install a little. Will the height difference at the curb really be that noticeable? Generally it's just 1 row with the sill on top, and not really a focal point of the shower. Sent from my SM-N910V using Tapatalk Not the curb so much as the back wall. Drain hole is centered on the kerdi pan Not the place I bought it but this is the model. https://www.warmyourfloor.com/kerdi-...y-48-x-72.html Now I?m thinking if I buy the kerdi bench I could trim equal amount all around no problem.

- DUSTIN DELGADO (Edmond, OK), 04/02/2019

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