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Old 01-06-2011, 03:15 PM   #1
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Just had new shower installed and designer has angled ceiling from one side to the other to allow condensation to run away from shower stool - does this sound right as makes top part of tiling look strange!!

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Not an expert, but my understanding is if it is a steam shower, yes, it is correct.

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I put in a Kohler Salient 36x60 receptor, my tile guy angled the ceiling tiles to run away from the door.

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