Hi - I am trying to figure out how to level my bathroom wall before
tiling. The wall was already half tiled and we have matched the tiles
and going to finish off the rest of the wall so we can have a shower
above the bath.
Problem is that the wall at the tap end of the bath (where the shower
is) is not level meaning that there will be problems when we come to
fitting the shower screen (will not sit flush on wall and bath). To
prevent this I am looking to re-level the wall (if possible).
The plaster board is currently fixed with adhesive to breeze block. I
need to bring the section of the wall I am lookign to tile out by
about 10mm to make it level with the existing tiles. I was thinking of
simply fitting another layre of 9mm plasterboard and then tiling over
that. We are using natural stone travertine tiles which are pretty
Is this a safe way of attacking this problem or would the
'plasterboard on plasterboard' approach not be recommended?