Linear Drain Installation Guide
Okay, on this video we’re gonna talk about Trugard pipe seal. Now, some people will gonna have rubber grommets around here this membrane will lasts 500 to 1000 years of what they’ve estimate (Note: Most glues break down overtime.. We chose not to use glue) When you put this rubber grommet it is glued there, it’s gonna come apart. It’s very flexible, that is tight right there. So with that, we’re actually gonna bring the tile up to right here, because we don’t wanna run into this, because over here we’re limited. We can’t go over here, we can only go so high over here, and so, with that we’ve opted to stay below the shower head and the shower head is quite high anyway. So with that, we’re gonna take this off, because we have seen showers leak around here and we see them leak around here and shoot water back up. So what we’re gonna do, is stretch this up here, it’s a nice tight fit there, gonna put this back on, draw a circle around it, and then I’m gonna cut, I’m gonna cut this inside. Okay I don’t need that go all the way to the edge, I’m just gonna cut it inside. Now the main reason we’re doing this is so if this leaks, it doesn’t shoot water back up in here. Since we’re waterproofing, we might as well waterproof, right?
Alright! That’s now sealed around there as well. Even though we’re not tiling back there, it will be sealed. Okay, and I’m gonna take this off during the tile installation process.