Save without sacrificing style
Jetcoat showers are a great way to remodel your bathroom without breaking the bank – our showroom experts will help you get exactly what you need!
These Jetcoat shower panels have been a top seller at Handy Man due to their stylish looks, affordability, and ease of installation. We think they will become a staple in the remodeling industry. We have multiple styles in stock and on display in our showroom – stop in to check them out!
Decorators are loving the style of the Jetcoat walls. With five premium finishes available, there is a perfect style for every bathroom. Your new Jetcoat shower can become a statement piece for an affordable price. You will soon have the most beautiful shower in the neighborhood!
Jetcoat is made from incredibly durable SPC Rigid Core panels. They are made into a composite from natural marble powder and PVC powder. With 10 layers of strengthening and UV protectant mediums, these heavy-duty walls will stand up for years without the worry of chipping, staining, or fading.
Installation can be done in just a single day. Depending on the size of the shower, you will receive 3-5 panels that click together forming a near-seamless wall. All it takes is a few hours to measure, cut and adhere the panels to the prepared wall. Just 24 hours after installation, the shower can be ready to use! See how easy it is!
Many of our customers choose to install their new Jetcoat shower panels themselves, with just a few tips from our showroom experts. If you would rather have a professional do it for you, we will gladly share the contact information of a few of our trusted contractors with you. If anything goes wrong during your remodel, please let us know! Our goal is to have satisfied customers for life!
Things To Know Before You Shop
• What is your current shower made of? Jetcoat can be installed ON TOP OF tile.
• Measure your walls. (Jetcoat comes in multiple standard sizes, but can be cut to fit any space.)
• Note where shower trim handles are located.
• Do you have basic carpentry tools and skills?