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Unread 06-09-2015, 08:12 PM   #20
PC7060
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Originally Posted by AM
I have to stick with a budget I have in mind so I'm really trying hard to cut costs anywhere I can
It's just occurred to me the easiest and most cost effective way to resolve the shower floor dilemma is a fiberglass shower pan that's properly sized for your shower. No need to install a underlayment, mud based clamping drain, etc. Your CBU with Redgard could be shimmed out to overlap the flange to ensure a solid water resistant transition.

I know this is not the typical advice from members of this site but it's a common approach used on some very expensive homes.

This link from Home Depot list a variety of pans including "tilable" ones.
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