The building panel defines a waterproof underlay of a wall and floor tile. This multilayered tile is an essential component of shower systems. It is formed in the middle of polystyrene and is covered in polymer-modified cement and fiberglass wire. The extruded polystyrene forms the waterproof, blue core. It impedes water passage or flow and even moisture transmission. Glass mesh is used to add robustness to the surface, while cement coating helps to tie the other two together. This building material is well designed for interior design applications, such as tile installation on floors, countertops, and walls.

Usually the building panel consists of a foam, mortar, and mesh. As stated earlier, the blue foam is extruded by applying pressure to create a dense substance whose cells are tightly packed, so that there is no way for water to pass through the substance. The polystyrene core consists of the same content as your coffee styrofoam cups but is much more compact than a regular styrofoam. Next, the extruded foam is placed on a glass mesh. The glass mesh and the foam together make a stiff material that is then coated with cement. It is not ordinary cement, since the building panel is made of polymer-modified to suit better for construction applications.

Although its construction panel does have insulation, it is not really a thermal barrier. Nevertheless, it does certainly not fuel fire and foam cells does break down at high temperatures. It is also not a material which is soundproof.

The inclusion of a wet shower room in your house has benefits but protection is one of the most noticeable advantages of getting a wet room. A wet room is designed specifically for one to use the shower room without having to open a door. Most specifically, when entering the shower room you still don’t need to step down or step up. It will help the elderly in the family because they won’t have to be bothered as they get into the shower room. Many elders have difficulty getting in and out of traditional shower enclosures. With this type of home amenity, you can make their shower-time much simpler for them. The construction of a wet room shower system, like classic bathrooms, also supports the inclusion of stools, handrails, benches, and support braces, all handy features inside a bathroom.

A wet room shower system will offer superb aesthetics in a small space besides providing safety shower facilities in your home. Photographs of wet rooms can be viewed on the internet. A Google gallery will provide you with ample examples of what traditional trendy wetrooms look like. Remember that building panel is the base material which can be further covered with tiles or other materials. Walls or glass panels can be enclosed to the shower area itself. You can make your dining room a masterpiece with a bit of architectural design. Remember again that for not having doors a wet room is distinct from classic shower rooms and it is not a fully enclosed space, so the design is not traditional. In the architectural sense this design gives your otherwise bland shower room fresh aesthetics. This new style provides more versatility in terms of shapes and materials that can be used, though the principles of the structure of the bathroom and the pipe work remain unchanged.