Boise, Idaho – Best Bath Systems, a leading manufacturer of showers and tubs, introduces five videos that provide detailed and easy-to-understand instructions on installing a Best Bath shower system. Broken down by section of the shower—pan, wall, trim and tile—the videos are concise and easy-to-follow for both experienced and novice installers.
Each video starts with a list of what an installer will need in addition to what is included in the shower package. The videos are designed as a complement to the instructions that are included with a shower. The series includes two videos dedicated to the shower pan: low profile and standard, wood bottom options. The low-profile shower pan video covers how to measure the drain cut out prior to installation, the importance of measuring depth and width of the pocket, floor leveling and installation of the pan. This type of shower pan can’t be shimmed more than ¼ inch. The standard wood bottom shower pan installation video also discusses the importance of measuring the pocket and floor leveling.
The wall system video is designed to be viewed after the pan is installed and explains how to set the lower wall in place using the index tabs. Installers are encouraged to watch this video to see firsthand how Best Bath’s proprietary SnapJoint system is used.
The final two videos, as important as the first three, detail how to install the trim and tile. In the trim video, installers can see what is included in Best Bath’s trim kit and how to recognize each piece. It also explains how to cut one of the most important pieces: the side trim.
The tile video is especially important because tile installation in Best Bath’s Designer Series showers is different than traditional tile. For these models, installers place prefabricated tile inserts into pockets on the shower walls. The video demonstrates how to best install the tile so it is beautiful and secure.
“Watching our new videos will help ensure contractors are better prepared to properly and efficiently install Best Bath’s shower systems,” said Nate Jensen, national dealer sales manager for Best Bath. “Installers also will know what tools to grab prior to installation and what to expect during the process.”
View all five videos on by visiting the Best Bath’s Vimeo channel or YouTube channel.