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My contractor placed a new one piece plastic shower floor, maybe acrylic. But it looks the drain is higher than the rest of the floor and after a shower the floor pools about 1/4" of water.

Suggestions?

He says things set different than he thought they would and he can lift it without too much damage to the wall tiles and floor tiles and repitch underneath.

I am concerned about the long term damage.

Also concerned that if I let him try to correct this there will be damage to other structures and this pan, also concerned that he will not get it right the second time around.

Thoughts?
 

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