Hey!!!! a new shower...

Discussion in 'Shower & Bathtub Forum & Blog' started by royerm, Feb 13, 2013.

  1. royerm

    royerm New Member

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    After reading and reading and reading.
    I decided to replace my old 38x38 neo-angular by a 36x60.

    I have included a before and after image, so much help on the forum..
    Thx IMG_3127.jpg IMG_3194.jpg
  2. LLigetfa

    LLigetfa DIYer, not in the trades

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    I used to have a boss that liked the saying "it looks good from far, far from good". It does look good as a finished product but I have concerns. The wet wall doesn't look stiff enough. Is that niche cut into an exterior wall with no insulation behind it?
  3. royerm

    royerm New Member

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    The wet wall was added a few studs, Backerboard was used and the niche on the exterior wall
    is insulated,,,just not showing on the picture..
  4. johnfrwhipple

    johnfrwhipple Bathroom Design & Build - North Vancouver, B.C.

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    I might suggest you install a few weep holes on the bottom side of your shower unit. I have found that there is a little build up of moisture inside the box and a few weep holes drilled in the right spot can help keep this from making things nasty back there.

    JW
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