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Unread 07-02-2017, 01:38 PM   #1
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Josh's shower project.

I am gutting and remodeling a bathroom, including installing a neo-angle shower using Kerdi products. I am currently in the planning stages of the shower and want to make sure that I get the details correct before I start framing.

Does this sketch show a correct way to frame the wall? The angle on the left will be a full height wall supporting the shower door. The horizontal on the right shows the curb. The blue line is approx where the door will be, and the red dots show the 2x4 studs and blocking.

The wall on the opposite side of the door will be similar, except it will be a half-wall with a glass panel on top. The panel will be butting up to the door.

I am also including a sketch of the full shower. The enlarged sketch of the corner is 1/4 inch per square. The full sketch is 2 inches per square with lighter lines showing the location of the finished wall.

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I added complete california corners to the outside walls, but I suspect you already know that.
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Thanks. There is an existing California corner in the bottom left that I didn't fully mark.

On the top left corner, my plan was to use a sideways 2x6 to allow room for insulation to slot behind it. Similar to the support post defined at https://basc.pnnl.gov/resource-guides/advanced-framing-insulated-interiorexterior-wall-intersections#quicktabs-guides=1

I am still uncertain about the corner of the neo-angle, though.
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Glue & Screw the corners as you drew them.
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