Shower wall panels – When tiling a shower, you need a smooth, flat, solid and moisture resistant backing there. Gypsum or plaster panels soften with moisture over time and cause the tiles to come loose and wet rock is just a little better. The best solution is the concrete slab, which comes out as drywall, but provides a surface similar to the concrete once it is there. It connects directly to the framing walls in the shower, after installing the pipe and before the tile.
Install shower wall panels, measure through a wall of shower posts. Mark out the measurement on a piece of cement board, using a T-square to get directly. Cut with a jigsaw. holes to mark and cut each of the plumbing fixtures on the cement board, and taking measurements of their wall positions. Keep the cement board to the wall.
Install shower wall panels, place the screws through the plate where there are nails behind it, putting the screws every six inches or so. Repeat the process to hang cement plates on the rest of the wall, the construction of the bottom. In most cases, you will only have two tables. Repeat this procedure for each wall of the shower. Lay adhesive mesh panels on each seam between the seams, pressing the tape firmly to the surface and completely covering the seams.