The installation of new walls to a solid surface shower walls with glue is a project that most homeowners who are handy with tools can make for themselves. The shower walls can be molded into a U-shape as a single unit, which is most often used in new construction, or may consist of separate interlocking panels are installed in sequence to form an airtight seal, used in renovations.
This project assumes that your old shower has been removed and being renovated bathroom with interlocking panels. It also assumes that the ground has been prepared and the shower base is installed. While working on your project, be sure to follow any instructions from the manufacturer that has come with the kit for solid surface shower walls.
Adhesive solid surface shower walls should be installed only on a gypsum wall or other solid surface. They are not recommended for use over existing tile. If accessories are already installed in your bathroom, you will have to close the water shutoff valve before starting. Place a piece of cloth or a piece of cardboard in the bathtub to protect the finish of astillasos and scratches while working. Remove the handle of the shower and cut the deck before beginning installation.