Shower. Friday , October 06th , 2017 - 07:35:56 AM
To begin with, a plywood having a thickness of 3/4 inch should be placed over joists that are 2 by 10 inches in size. This is what creates the floor.
Typically, bathroom shower stalls don't have roofs. This is better for the humidity to vent out from the stall, because it is unusual to have an exhaust fan in them. But if you need a roof, you will need to talk about that with your installer in advance, or check if that is included with your prefabricated kit.
~ A doorless shower should be designed in such a manner as to prevent draughts of air from entering the shower area while someone is taking a shower, that can tend to make the person feel cold. Simply put, it should not be directly in front of a door, or in line with it.
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