When buying plumbing, many people are faced with the problem of choice: what to give preference - a full bath or shower booth.
Few people decide to forever deprive themselves of the pleasure of lying in a bath with fragrant foam.
In fact, there is a simple solution - buying a shower box. Shower boxes are a combination of bath and shower.
Installation of this complex equipment is recommended to trust professionals, but if you are confident in your abilities - you can try installing a shower box yourself.
You will need
- - white silicone sealant-
- - self-tapping screws or screws-
- - screwdriver-
- - building level
Inspect the shower box carefully. As a rule, shower trays of this type are delivered in assembled condition. Tighten the mounting bolts and nuts. Check the drain siphon connection.
Place the pallet on the place where you plan to place Shower room boxing. Mark the mounting points on the walls. The shower pans are usually attached to the walls using L-shaped hooks. Drill holes in the walls, in the marked places. Twist the hooks in the pallet until it is fixed to the walls. Remove the pallet from the walls to make it more convenient to further assembly.
Assemble the rear panel of the shower box. If the back panel of your shower box consists of several parts - fasten the back panel parts together with screws or screws.
Attach the rear panel of the shower enclosure to the pallet. Carefully seal the joint with a white silicone.
Assemble the front of the shower box. Connect the posts and arches of the front part of the box with each other using self-tapping screws. Install the glass using special clips and rubber seals. Connect the front and rear of the shower side using screws or screws. Treat the connection points with the tray with white silicone.
Install the shower box roof and fasten it with self-tapping screws.
Place Shower room Boxing at the installation site. Carefully align the box with adjustable feet. Ensure that the pan is level with the level. Connect Shower room Boxing to the water supply and sewerage. Connect the box to the water supply using flexible hoses. Connection to the sewer is made with a flexible corrugated hose, complete with a siphon. Carefully check the tightness of all connections.
Securely secure the box against the walls with L-shaped hooks.
Install the shower door. To do this, you need to screw the rollers to the doors of the box. Install the knobs. Insert the rollers into the grooves and place the doors. Make the stops in the grooves.
Spread all joints inside the box with white silicone. Allow boxing to dry for 7-9 hours.