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Old 01-13-2009, 07:45 AM   #1
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i installed a shower over a jetta tub (pompeno) and the city inspecter said i needed to install a flashing so the water would not run back to the walls. what is this and where do you get it thanks G

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Old 01-13-2009, 07:58 AM   #2
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A shower over a tub? You need to provide us with much more information about the install. Pictures are worth a thousand words.

Flashing is an odd word for showers but there certainly is the need for a waterproof membrane on the floor and its transition to the walls. How that is done varies greatly.

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flashing is a waterproof material used to direct water so that it does not penetrate into the wall (in this case) What is the walls above the tub covered with? You need a waterproof wall and it needs to lap over the tub edge (flashed) This is what he wants.
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