Practicality plus affordability. Made of high-gloss polystyrene with reinforced shelving, this wall set features six extra-deep shelves providing ample storage for the whole family. For use with Saver 60” x 30” bath tub and Saver curved bath door.
Available exclusively at Lowe's
High-gloss surface, easy to wipe clean
Six extra-deep shelves fit even the largest bottles
Integral tile flange
Fits in standard size bath alcove
Rated 5 out of
Well Designed Tub and Functional SurroundAfter looking at several brands and models for my bathroom remodel, this one was chosen for its aesthetic appeal, functionality and price. Since reviews of different brands mentioned shipping damage, it was important for me to carefully examine the tub before purchasing at the store, and this one was fine.
The installation instructions are quite specific and it is important that you or your installer follow the steps and recommendations therein. My only complaint is that the temporary styrofoam pads on the surround meant to protect in shipping had adhesive that is very hard to remove.
Date published: 2020-04-08
Rated 5 out of
Very nice product and extremely low costMy first bath tub Instalation ever. Product was very easy to install once first stage of the framing adjusted. Was worried about the wall panels being flimsy once properly installed by MFG recommendations I am impressed walls are sound . I chose to use a all in one shower panel with tub spout opposed to installing the standard shower and tub fixtures. I highly recommend this product . what is most important is that my wife loves the American Standard curved saver tub and wall panels
Date published: 2017-08-20
Rated 4 out of
Good designI bought this unit about three months ago. The tub is very sturdy constructed and the surrounding walls are normal plastic surround. Walls will become sturdy if you use the proper forming and glue be careful on the location of your spout. The centerline needs to be roughly 6 inches from the flange of the tub depending on the diameter of your spout
Date published: 2014-03-23
Rated 3 out of
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I hope this helps you!I have installed many different tub/showers/walls through the years and will admit, this one was a little bit tricky to install. If I hadn't had as much experience, I would have definitely had big problems. I will provide some information/tips that will hopefully help other people that might be struggling.
First, the tub is very nice in my opinion. However, there is one thing that I dislike about it. The nailing flange that runs around the perimeter (where the tub is supposed to be fastened to the flange) is extra thick. Maybe 3/8 inches. This makes it impossible to use roofing nails or screws with washers (by themselves) to fasten the tub, as the instructions said to do. You must shim the face of the studs so they are flush with the face of the nailing flange. Then you can use roofing nails or screws.
Second, the walls are a bit thin but most tub/shower wall surrounds are. The instructions have a drawing showing you where to have your blocking. THIS IS NOT ENOUGH! Not only do you need to have the studs in place where the drawing says, you also need to add cross bracing between the studs on the fixture side above and below the valve/handle area. This will ensure the panel doesn't flex as you are adjusting the water with the handle. Additionally, if you wan't the walls to feel rigid and not like a wet paper towel, you MUST add some sort of sheet material to the face of the studs. I used 1/4" cement board. This is not in the instructions, but trust me, it's a must if you wan't the walls to feel solid.
Third, the back wall has styrofoam blocks in the cavities where the shelves are molded for shipping purposes. Do not remove these when installing the wall. If you take them out the shelves will feel spongy. Keep them in and they feel solid.
Finally, the instructions tell you to add a couple braces after gluing the walls to hold them tight. You need to have more than what the instructions show. Brace as much as you can to help the walls adhere to the sub-surface.
All in all, I like the tub/walls/door kit. I would give this 4 stars if the instructions weren't a complete joke. I read them one time and never look at them again. I have done enough of these in the past that I knew what to do. If I had very little or no experience I would have been in trouble.
Date published: 2019-06-29
Rated 3 out of
Good and badThe Saver tub is a well built product but the surround must be reinforced for rigidity it a decent surround although the instructions can be hard to follow. Overall the product is good yet it lacks heavily in the instructions.
Date published: 2014-01-20
Rated 3 out of
Tub Lip IssuesWish I read the first review a couple of days ago. Same problem with the tub spout. Put new valve in got my holes cut and went to install the spout and it wouldn't sit flush. The valve instructions say to put the spout 4" above the top of the tub (I hit this to 1/8") but the top of the bottom flare to this surround starts at 3.5" or so. Long story short 1/2 the spout sits on the flare, half sits on the flat surface so now there is a 1/4" gap I don't know what to do with. My fault for not looking but a pretty dumb design. Make sure you set your rough in for the spout above the bottom flare in the surround, about 5 to 6 inches above the tub. Instructions should have a warning about this.
Also, this is probably good for the new homes but getting the studs and adding additional studs per the instructions took a lot of effort. If I had to do it over again I would buy the green board and tile. I was trying to save some time with this system but it is going to cost me more. Also I have no idea how to fix this, suggestions are appreciated.
Overall pretty sold though. Look flimsy out of the box but tightens up pretty well when installed (probably from all the studs/glue). I did foam the shelves which made them more solid.
Date published: 2013-08-07
Rated 2 out of
Not a quality productWe had a professional contractor install this surround and the matching tub. The walls feel terribly flimsy. So much so that I’m worried about the damage that might be done when I go to clean it. Perhaps the contractor didn’t follow the instillation manual correctly!? Also, we had the same problem with our spout not setting correctly. We pointed it to the contractor who ended up trying to fix it. It sets level now, but it looks like it’s being held in place with silicone. I’m worried how long that will hold. I chose this brand because I thought it would at least be of decent quality.
Date published: 2020-11-14
Rated 2 out of
Complete remodel of the main bathOver the past few decades I probably have installed more than a thousand tubs and probably close to or 300 fiberglass enclosures. I removed a jetted tub with fiberglass walls which were a complete set. I installed the American Standard saver tub, walls, and curved tub and shower door. I have to say this is the first time I've ever had to go to a set of directions; they were the worst set of directions I have ever seen. The walls required several braces and 4 - 1" X 4" s on the front rear corners. This requirement is because the product is so thin walled that you could put a finger through it if you didn't have the support. I read some positive notes on the tub, anyone who's put in an fiberglass tub knows you do not have to do the extensive prerough work that is required on this tub. The floor of the tub is extremely flimsy especially where the base curves upward to the side and back wall. This is even after setting the tub base in concrete to stabilize, no correction strengthen the base so you don't fall through it. And if you walk around in the base of the tub, you can hear it creaking and cracking. I took a picture of this unit from the back wall and you can clearly see through it, it is almost like the tub wall had nothing more then a resin coat on it. After working with American Standard products for almost 30 years, and putting their products into thousands of homes, I am totally distraught at the finished product installed in my personal home. I went to Lowe's for convenience, I should have taken the time to go to a plumbimg supply house where I would have gotten premium products, and probably at the same cost. As a matter of fact, the faucets would have been all brass components instead of the box stores selling similar lines, but with all plastic components. I truly regret I did not go to Ferguson's and take the time to travel there. $8,000 later, I can't do anything about it now.