•Setting The Drain
When setting the Shower Pan
Drain, be sure to set the "flat area"
of the bottom half directly on the
"Blocking" around your shower stall is required
to give the Shower Pan a solid surface to sit
against, and also protect it from careless
tradesmen who might otherwise knock a
hammer or other instrument through the
Hot-Mop membrane. "Blocking" is best done
with 2"x10" or 2"x12" boards cut to fit between
•Setting the "Curb"
The "Curb", also called the Dam, is the area
that will serve as the entrance to your shower
stall. "Curbs" are usually built by stacking
either three or four 2"x4"s on top of each other.
The minimun height requirement for a curb is
4 1/2", although some people prefer the look of
higher curb and may build it 6" or even
7 1/2" tall.