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[Home Depot] OVE Elvina 60" Shower Base + Sliding Glass Shower Doors $420. $1500 at Lowes

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Can someone post their receipt with price match from home Depot or steps for price match. Thanks
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how do you even carry this home? or do you pay HD for dleivery once in store?
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fakishan wrote: how do you even carry this home? or do you pay HD for dleivery once in store?
You need a minivan or just rent HD's van. It has two boxes, one is for base and not heavy, the other bigger one is for glasses and pretty heavy, but you can get a hand from HD stuff, so you only need worry about after you arrive home.
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fakishan wrote: how do you even carry this home? or do you pay HD for dleivery once in store?
Really bro ??
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Thx OP
Got one for my father!
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Check the Ove unit at Costco before buying the one at HD. The one we purchased 2 years ago from Costco had 12 mm glass, the HD one is 8mm
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I purchased one from Costco for $650 for future renovation.
Carried it home in a Toyota Sienna, but man was it heavy, 12mm glass makes this box crazy heavy.
I'm really fit, but it surprised me when I tried to lift it with Costco associate :D
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blexann wrote: Check the Ove unit at Costco before buying the one at HD. The one we purchased 2 years ago from Costco had 12 mm glass, the HD one is 8mm
is bigger always better? :)

no but really..
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def47 wrote: is bigger always better? :)

no but really..
Thicker :-)
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Saad1988 wrote: How did you get refund for price match?
I didn't. I bought this a few weeks sgo for $698
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Just wondering any experts here who can help in installing this? Please let me know . Thank you!
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I'm surprised at how many people seem to be interested in this because it's a good deal, but don't seem to know what's required when installing this. Basically, expect to use this only for a full bathroom renovation.

It's sized to replace a standard bathtub, but to remove the tub, you'll need to remove several rows of tiles above the tub, and now need to tile the gap between the shower pan and former tub height (+ the several rows removed). Most people will thus just re-tile the entire shower area and also put in an appropriate waterproof backing. When planning all that new tile in the shower area, you might as well replace the other wall tile in the bathroom that's likely dated-looking now and, of course, the floor tile. Then you'll want to paint the non-tiled areas to match. After looking at those tasks, you'll feel you'll need to update the vanity and mirror. After all that, of course you might as well get a new light and more powerful exhaust fan, etc. etc. etc. It's like that potato chip commercial where you "can't eat just one"...

The only time this is a relatively "small" project and thus an impulse buy is if you already have a shower pan but with just a shower curtain so you only want to install the glass and leave everything else alone.
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jm1 wrote: I'm surprised at how many people seem to be interested in this because it's a good deal, but don't seem to know what's required when installing this. Basically, expect to use this only for a full bathroom renovation.

It's sized to replace a standard bathtub, but to remove the tub, you'll need to remove several rows of tiles above the tub, and now need to tile the gap between the shower pan and former tub height (+ the several rows removed). Most people will thus just re-tile the entire shower area and also put in an appropriate waterproof backing. When planning all that new tile in the shower area, you might as well replace the other wall tile in the bathroom that's likely dated-looking now and, of course, the floor tile. Then you'll want to paint the non-tiled areas to match. After looking at those tasks, you'll feel you'll need to update the vanity and mirror. After all that, of course you might as well get a new light and more powerful exhaust fan, etc. etc. etc. It's like that potato chip commercial where you "can't eat just one"...

The only time this is a relatively "small" project and thus an impulse buy is if you already have a shower pan but with just a shower curtain so you only want to install the glass and leave everything else alone.

How about what i'm doing building a bathroom would it be a good deal?
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jm1 wrote: I'm surprised at how many people seem to be interested in this because it's a good deal, but don't seem to know what's required when installing this. Basically, expect to use this only for a full bathroom renovation.

It's sized to replace a standard bathtub, but to remove the tub, you'll need to remove several rows of tiles above the tub, and now need to tile the gap between the shower pan and former tub height (+ the several rows removed). Most people will thus just re-tile the entire shower area and also put in an appropriate waterproof backing. When planning all that new tile in the shower area, you might as well replace the other wall tile in the bathroom that's likely dated-looking now and, of course, the floor tile. Then you'll want to paint the non-tiled areas to match. After looking at those tasks, you'll feel you'll need to update the vanity and mirror. After all that, of course you might as well get a new light and more powerful exhaust fan, etc. etc. etc. It's like that potato chip commercial where you "can't eat just one"...

The only time this is a relatively "small" project and thus an impulse buy is if you already have a shower pan but with just a shower curtain so you only want to install the glass and leave everything else alone.
Picking mine up from Pickering HD, will be used for a new washroom build in the basement, hopefully not such a big issue like your quote.

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