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    Default Villaboard and Scyon joint inside shower area

    Hey guys,

    I've framed the shower area with fall built into it and about to lay the Scyon. The shower area falls down below floor level in a corner of the room, the edge against the wall is no problem just wondering about the other edge.. Do I add a strip of Villaboard to the exposed edge where it falls below floor level? Does this need flashing? Do I need to leave a gap between the villaboard fillet and the scyon?

    Sorry for all the questions, just a bit confused about the next step.

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    Ben

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    Sorry for the confusing description. Hopefully this pic shows what I'm asking as I really need some advice here please.

    The shower area drops below the bathroom floor level to allow depth for screed. Do I put some villaboard on the edge shown in the pic? If so does it hurt hard up against the scyon or do I leave a gap for bond breaker?

    Obviously being the shower area I want to get it right to prevent leaks.

    Thankyou!screenshot_20210206_133949.jpg

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    Default Villaboard and Scyon joint inside shower area

    My waterproofer put fabric down and waterproofed it before screeding.


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