Are you ready to build a custom tiled shower?

We can help make this process a great experience.

 Start with your Design.

Important questions:

What is the right shower size?

Do you like a shower with a curb, or a floor even curb-less shower?

Do you prefer a point drain or linear drain design look?

How about adding a seat, bench or a soap niche?

What is the perfect size tile to install?

For ideas on great design, check out our gallery of completed wedi shower projects:

 Next, put together a list of products or decide on a Kit you need.

Check out our wedi in 4 steps process to help you put the list together or decide on a kit. Choosing which shower base you’ll need is the first step. Scroll down to learn more.

Ready to begin Step 1?

Step 1: Shower Bases

wedi Shower Bases are needed for the shower floor.  wedi Waterproof Shower Systems offer reliable, cost-efficient solutions for constructing 100% waterproof and mold-proof showers, and are easy to install.

 

Step 2: Building Panels

wedi Building Panels are needed for the shower walls.  They are the ultimate versatile wet room tile backer board, and often used within the range of wedi shower systems and walls, floors, countertops, and many more applications.

Step 3: Prefabricated Modules

wedi Prefabricated Modules open up a whole new world of design possibilities for showers, wet areas, and baths.  These are optional pieces that offer functional value to showers.

Step 4: Installation Accessories

wedi Installation Accessories & Tools are needed to put the assembly together.  We offer additional products needed for the installation, and guarantee maximum safety and easy handling.

 Are you ready to purchase a wedi Product System?

Find a wedi Distributor using our Distributor Locator:

Girl in a jacket Need a hand with installation?

Our wedi technical sales support managers (TSSMs) can assist you and help connect you with great professionals who have the wedi experience. TSSMs can also offer help with design, tiling, plumbing, framing or other important work related to your project. Contact your local TSSM for more information regarding registering for educational classes (online or in your area), requesting onsite installation assistance, or extending your warranty.