So I have recently had a tenant move out and have found water damage around the basement shower floor. Looks like black mold so I started ripping it out. Now I am at the point where I have found what looks like a undersized water barrier but not sure if I need to bust out the concrete or just remove the perimeter and pour over the entire thing… if I do need to remove the shower sub-floor what the best way to do so with out damaging the foundation. Also notice how it looks wet, yet it hasn't been used on 25 days. There was a tiled corner chair I have since removed, thats what was in the corner.
- Shower floor is in bad shape – what options do we have
- Shower Plumbing or Concrete pan
- Water – Shower floor cracking
- Shower – replace a tiled shower with a fiberglass shower pan
- Shower – Tile shower is leaking
- Water – Is it possible to use waterproof grout + sealer to fix shower room floor leaks
- Shower – Caulk on top of grout in tiled shower