shower. Friday , December 23rd , 2016 - 12:23:21 PM
Before installing a shower enclosure in your bathroom the back board needs to be attached to the walls which are holding up the shower enclosure, using a hammer and nails. Cement backer boards keep out the water and inhibit the growth of mould. If you attach the enclosure to a dry wall it is likely that the wall will suffer water damage. Other boards such as a green board can be used, however only in certain circumstances as they are only waterproof. The shower enclosure needs to be of a fiberglass or porcelain variety to allow the implementation of a green board. A cement backer board is perfect in preventing water damage if cracks appear in the shower or if leaks start to appear around the fittings.
Shower curtains are a great way to change up the interiors of your bathroom. Pleasant colors and beautiful patterns of curtains can indeed make your time in the bathroom a pleasurable experience. Moreover, these curtains also fulfill their main objective: imparting privacy to the shower area. Mostly, they come in a standard size of 72x72". However, if the dimensions of your shower stall are not standard, you might have to alter the ready-made curtains. Yet, the best solution would be to make your own custom curtains.
What could start out as a harmless brown tinge along the edges of the caulk, could eventually lead to brittleness and cracks. Leaks in turn, pave the way for water to ooze in, causing mold and mildew buildup, or could loosen tiles in the surrounding area. Once it reaches that point, the repair process can be more expensive and time-consuming. Get rid of leaky or aging caulk before this happens!
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