Framing and wall covering for a Steam Shower?
The Realtor that I work for decided that he and his wife need a Steam Shower. I will start doing the tear out of their old shower this week.
I seem to remember, from about 30 years ago, that there is some special needs regarding the framing and the wall covering, behind the tile.
Has anyone had any experience in the building of a Steam Shower?
Is there any special framing requirements as far as materials? I don't believe that regular greenboard drywall is allowable behind the tile in a steam shower. Again, any info?
Thanks very much for any information and advice.
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