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: Use granite or corian shower curbs over tile.
: Use durock or cement boardon the lower half of the shower at the very least.
: Chose thinset over mastic whenever possible.
: Darker grouts hide everyday grime much better than white or off-white tones.
: Wood blocking is always recommended on the wall where a door will be hinged.
: Ensure bench seats are pitched downward towards the drainage area to avoid sitting water.
: Glass tiles should always be kept away from areas where hinges or hardware will be set.
: Terminating a detailed tile pattern prior to the door area is highly recommended.
: Steam units usually require floor to ceiling glass at above average heights.
: Use interior vents in all floor-to-ceiling steam shower enclosures.
: Use glass sealant to reduce maintenance and keep your shower looking spotless.
: Hand held shower heads have additional advantages other than keeping one’s hair dry.
: Body sprays should be placed in sensible positions within the shower.
: Slab material should be flush with the edge of tile in door locations with no overhangs.
: Including a tiled niche within a custom shower adds both functionality and style.
: A corner shelf is a great alternative to a tiled niche.
: Silicone caulking is the invisible hero of any frameless shower installation.
: Don’t forget the lights! All too often, we encounter dimly lit shower areas.
: Grab bars are a prudent consideration for many people – from the elderly to the clumsy!
: Use a built-in niche to easily prop your feet or place items.
: Consider having a tile mount robe hook installed to easily hang a wash cloth or squeegee.