Looking for curbless shower floor in concrete slab details.
I’ve heard that builders take different approaches to dealing with the lowered area of the slab. Some form the depression intergal with the rest of the floor while others block it out and pour it later. I’m currently laying the underslab dwv system and building a box that will provide a void in the fill and EPS to install the p-trap and drain piece later at the correct height. Also, I hope the detail would show how the EPS is handled under the shower area. If using 2 layers of 2″ EPS are they both set down 2″ to maintain thickness of the foam and concrete? Thanks for any info on this.
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