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Converting a Walk-In Shower to a Steam Room

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    LESLIE: Victor in Massachusetts, you’ve got The Money Pit. How can we help you today?

    VICTOR: I’m considering making my walk-in shower a shower steam room.

    TOM: OK.

    VICTOR: I had the house built in 2007 and at that time, I called your show for advice on bathroom tiles and tankless hot water.  That worked out perfect for your advice.

    TOM: Oh, good. So we got that right.

    VICTOR: Yeah, you did. Got it all perfectly right.

    TOM: How big is this shower that you want to turn into a steam bath?

    VICTOR: Eight by five.

    TOM: Alright. Perfect, perfect. So, it’s definitely a good project. Steam rooms can be good for you.  They add some value to your house and make a nice, beautiful room for you to enjoy. And you can do that by adding a steam shower generator.

    Now, these generators are very small: about the size of a briefcase. Take a look at the generators from Mr. Steam – MrSteam.com. These guys are the leaders in this space.


    TOM: And they give you all the information there, on the website, on how to do this. But you can basically locate this steam generator. You don’t even have to put it in the bathroom. It can be up to 60 feet away. And then when you call – they have all the controls. And when you call for steam, it comes on, it generates the steam and comes right through the ports that you will install into that shower space. It really sounds like a perfect setup for something like this.

    VICTOR: Is that M-i-s-t-e-r or Mr. – M-r?

    TOM: Mr. – M-r-S-t-e-a-m.com. MrSteam.com. Check it out. They’ve got all the information right there. It’s a great product.

    VICTOR: So, overall, the concept is OK to do?

    TOM: Absolutely.

    VICTOR: OK, great.

    TOM: That’s exactly the space you want to have to do something like this. Fantastic opportunity. I would go for it.

    VICTOR: Thank you so much.

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