By the end of March, most of the drywall was in place. The shower stall (in the corner) was waiting for a bit more insulation.
Is it any wonder Scott isn't always working quickly? Look at his crowded "workshop" space in the basement.
1-inch thick rigid insulation was added between the furred-out cement board so that it could fit over the edge of the shower pan.
We were playing around with where to place the band of glass mosaic tile, so the best way to figure it out was to lay it out on the floor. What do you think?
This step involves adding a nice glop of Versa-set mortar behind each of the Permabase cement board pieces, then securing with screws. Once the cement board is in place, the tile can go up!
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