The steam room can be a twelve by twelve room constructed of various materials. The walls can be constructed of masonry or timber. The inside of the room has a bench for sitting. IT also has a sloping PVC ceiling
that is nine feet high. This is to ensure the steam is concentrated within a small place. The door can be done using aluminum. It should open outside as in an emergency exit. The ceiling can be made of tongue and groove PVC or soft wood timber. The bench can be constructed of timber or ceramic tiles.
The steam room is erected using masonry complete with a roof. This is then plastered rough to take in the ceramic tiles. Ceiling brandering is done at slope. This should slope towards the door. The aluminum door is then fixed to the door opening. Lighting is done using a ball fitting. The piping is then done from the steam machines position outside. The piping has jets that will be fixed at the bottom of the bench. The piping is done using copper tubes. The bench should be constructed round the room.
The steam room bench is one and a half feet off the ground and one feet wide. It constructed of masonry. The room is then tiled all round including the bench and floor. The PVC ceiling
is then fixed to the brandering. The control panel ids also fixed with the wiring and water system switches. The room is then closed and the water tuned on. After this the required temperature is set and the machines turned on. After about five to ten minutes the steam starts billowing from the jets. After this test the room is ready for use.
The tiles can be purchased in a tongue-and-groove, lightweight design that allows for easy placement with a ceiling adhesive. They are made from PVC and are easily cut with scissors. There are two ways to install them, you can either 'drop in' or the more popular way is to 'glue them up'. Both methods are simple, effortless and leave no mess. One caveat is that if you decide to clean up a previous popcorn ceiling you must take expert advice over the potential existence of asbestos.
The original tin ceiling tiles were usually tin-plated steel which was pressed with embossed designs similar to the costly sculptured plaster that existed in many prestigious buildings but now, almost a century later, we have available an affordable alternative with false tin PVC ceiling
tiles sometimes referred to as faux tin ceiling tiles that give a tin like appearance at a much more affordable price.