Shower. Friday , October 06th , 2017 - 07:12:15 AM
When you plan to get a shower stall for your bathroom, you must first consider whether you would like it to be in a corner or just on some wall. Depending on that, you will know whether the stall itself will need two or three walls. The wall itself becomes included in the walls of the stall. So, if you are putting it up in the corner, you will need the stall to have just two walls. Or if you are putting it on a single wall, then you will need three walls for the stall. Preferably, it is better to have corner stalls because they save space and look tidily tucked in a corner of the bathroom.
The pan should be filled with the mixture and a slope towards the center for drainage needs to be maintained. Care should be taken to leave a gap of 1 and 1/4 inches around the drain.
Based on their structure, there are two kinds of enclosures - the prefabricated ones and the custom-made ones. The prefabricated ones can be put up by you; you will get all the parts and will have to only erect the structure within your bathroom in a do-it-yourself manner.
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