Shower caddy – Customized shower building gives a builder the opportunity to build a shower with unique specifications and include any number of desired features. A frequent inclusion in custom-made shower walls is a lowered caddy. Also known as built-in shelves or a shower or niche or corner shampoo, an integrated space in the shower wall offers convenient, additional storage space in a shower and, if built like this, lends itself to the unique and attractive appearance of a shower.
Cut the space on the wall where the caddy will be installed. If the caddy is going to be placed on cement base plates during the new construction of the wall, just cut through the material with a knife. To remove existing tiles, mortar and perhaps the metal strip, use a chisel and a hammer to make a dent in the tiles and mortar and use a metal cutting tool to remove the metal. The cut space must be located between two wall studs.
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Build and install the frame for the recess. To measure the opening between the posts, transfer this measurement to 2 by 4 and cut two sections of board so that it sits between the uprights, where they will form the top and bottom of the opening. Measure and cut sections of the cement base plates to fit the back, sides and top and bottom of the opening. Install the cement base plate, starting from the bottom wall. Follow the back panel with the side pieces and the top and bottom sections. Secure the base plate with screws.
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