Shower pan without dam – ADA

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      Jon Austermuhl

      I am replacing an existing tile shower and wish to meet ADA requirements for universal access (dam no greater than 0.5 inches). If using a PVC liner, how do I provide adequate waterproffing without the dam? Do I extend the liner beyond where the dam would be?

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      Kevin

      : I am replacing an existing tile shower and wish to meet ADA requirements for universal access (dam no greater than 0.5 inches). If using a PVC liner, how do I provide adequate waterproffing without the dam? Do I extend the liner beyond where the dam would be?This is NOT saying that this is to ADA, but what i do is the whole bathroom floor. This way there is no chance of problems, i tank it using a painted on membrane.DISCLAIMERAll advice is given with-out seeing the job, and hence all advice MUST be taken as advice with limited knowledge on the exact situation. NO responsibility can or will be taken. And yes, I am a licensed plumber with my own business in Brisbane Australia

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