Smooth Transition from Bath to Walk-in
       
     
Typical Guidelines and Design Considerations
       
     
Roll-in Shower with End Wall Controls
       
     
Back Wall Controls
       
     
Two Frame Walls, Recessed Floor and a Circular Turning Space
       
     
Concrete Will Be Poured into the Void and Gently Slopped Toward the Drain
       
     
Smooth Transition from Bath to Walk-in
       
     
Smooth Transition from Bath to Walk-in
Typical Guidelines and Design Considerations
       
     
Typical Guidelines and Design Considerations
Roll-in Shower with End Wall Controls
       
     
Roll-in Shower with End Wall Controls
Back Wall Controls
       
     
Back Wall Controls
Two Frame Walls, Recessed Floor and a Circular Turning Space
       
     
Two Frame Walls, Recessed Floor and a Circular Turning Space

Rough-in Considerations

• Shower’s width, depth, and drain location.

• Net thickness of each structural wall and wall covering.

• Backing for grab bars, spray bar, and seat (if applicable).

• The 12 inches beyond the seat wall (if applicable).

• Control valve location.

• Clear floor space.

• Turning area to and away from the shower.

• Recessed and built-up floor details for drainage and a smooth transition to the bathroom.

• All finished flooring heights.

Concrete Will Be Poured into the Void and Gently Slopped Toward the Drain
       
     
Concrete Will Be Poured into the Void and Gently Slopped Toward the Drain