Discreet Shower Linear Drain

Another option available with the QuARTz by ACO shower channels is the tile infill cover. This replaces a standard grate and can be filled in with the same finish material as the rest of the shower floor. The result is a discreet drain that allows the water in through the slot formed betwen the cover and the edge of the drain body.

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Shristi Nangalia added this to Revealed: Simple Steps to Keep Your Home Pest Free25 Jan 2017

Don’t neglect the bathroomsA quick, daily cleaning of the bathroom will go a long way in eliminating the entry of pests. Check for leaking pipes or faucets to deter moisture-loving pests. It is very important that your drain openings and traps are properly fixed – these are gateways for rodents to enter the home.

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Melo Tabudlo added this to Melo's ideas11 Oct 2018

Example of a TILE-IN linear drain

Jane added this to bathrooms17 Jun 2018

This shower also has a long linear drain from ACO. When you're having a linear drain installed, ask to keep the tile height about 1/16 to 1/8 inch above the drain's edge, so the soap suds and water can fall off the edge of the tile and into the drain.

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