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    Default rainfall showerhead in sloped ceiling...

    I'm building a steamer shower and want to have an overhead rainfall type fixture along with a hand held unit on a side wall....my question is, can I install the rainfall showerhead in a slightly sloped ceiling...ceiling is slightly angled toward the back wall to allow steam condensate runoff...(slope is about 1 inch per foot and the shower is 4 feet wide) hope this made sense...thanks, Nick C.
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    Why not? You'd need to be extra careful about sealing around to pipe to prevent steam from escaping into the attic and ruining things, but other than that...I dont' see a problem.
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    As long as the shower pipe is perpendicular/vertical so the head does not slope, there should be no problem with it.

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