Spongy Floor in Shower
Anyone else have a very spongy floor in the shower? I am 6'2" but only 185lbs, but the floor flexes a lot while taking a shower, even my wife (small) complained about it. Seems after awhile it might lead to cracks.
So I took off the inspection plate and noticed the plywood support did not cover the entire shower pan, and the support legs (only 3) were cut too short to reach the deck. I cut additional plywood (had to use 33"X5.5" to get thru the opening) to cover the unsupported sections and added more vertical supports under the original plywood. Now the shower floor is solid under my weight, and still has the 2" foam insulator to allow for expansion.
Is a little extra plywood and a couple supports so expensive they can't do this at the factory, or do they only expect 100ib people to buy their rigs?
Blue Ox Braking
2006 Honda CRV Toad
1982 Fleetwood 32 'A'
2001 Fleetwood 29V 'C'