Any wall that is moisture resistant and capable of house plumbing is known as a Wet Wall. It is expensive to run plumbing fixtures through walls. Nonetheless, clubbing them in Wet Wall can cut down the cost, increase efficiency, and make it easier to repair plumbing problems in the future.
In modern decoration, architects generally opt for a single Wet Wall to use it for shared fixtures.
Piping of numerous sizes runs below the Wet Wall which connects to water and sewer lines or feeds to a septic tank.
Usually, a Wet Wall is built constructed between a planned bathroom and kitchen, allowing them to share a wall.
During the construction of a Wet Wall, it is important to take care because it may be necessary to move or adjust joists to make space for piping lines.
Special construction materials are required to avail of containment in the event of leakage.
In order to withstand getting wet, Drywall, also known as wallboard or Sheetrock, needs to be used on interior walls.
In addition, splashbacks also need to be installed to prevent water from hitting the wall directly.
If you are planning to restructure your house, opt for a Wet Wall to cut down on remodeling costs.