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61 - 07-23-2019, 22:05
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You can only see the steam because the air is 0% humidity brostein. Water hot, air cold. Not sure how else I can explain this to you.
 
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Is your garage heated?
 
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don't listen to the haters u do u boo
 
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So is it time for everyone to start tearing out their indoor bathtubs and showers?

Or is it too late and the house has rotted already?
 
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So is it time for everyone to start tearing out their indoor bathtubs and showers?

Or is it too late and the house has rotted already?
depends on what they are built with
 
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Really the chlorine is a bigger worry. Inside spa tho you can use bromine since it doesnít go air borne. Also better for your skin. Only downside is it breaks down in UV light which is why itís inside only.


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depends on what they are built with
Well it isn't built like King's Garage which looks like it was made from the foundations of Winterfell. But ppl seem really concerned that it will fall down from a bit of moisture in the air so I can only imagine that just turning on the hot tap in a standard home will cause it to self destruct.
 
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bathrooms have vent fans or is that another thing they haven't invented in down under like putting bread in the fridge
 
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Well it isn't built like King's Garage which looks like it was made from the foundations of Winterfell. But ppl seem really concerned that it will fall down from a bit of moisture in the air so I can only imagine that just turning on the hot tap in a standard home will cause it to self destruct.
Bathrooms have vents, bathrooms walls aren't covered with the same wallboard you use in your living room. Bathrooms have tile, many times all the way up the wall around the entire bathroom...for a reason. Its not the walls of the garage that are the concern, they're fricken cinder block. Its the wooden rafters/trusses holding the roof up, the plywood that makes the base of the roof that is likely open.

Hey, i know, lets put our porn watching on hold for a second and look at google

"can you put a hot tub in a garage"

here is the first ****ing answer

"Hot tub use creates significant steam and moisture buildup, which can damage the interior of your garage and create potential health risks for bathers. Your garage should have a ventilation system that allows steam to escape, but won't let in cold air."

Now shut the **** up bob the builder.
 
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Bathrooms have vents,...

Now shut the **** up bob the builder.
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I dont have any pictures but I did an exhaust fan + 2 ceiling fans. It's setup so that exhaust fan is always automated through a humidistat switch so there's no way to turn on/off - it just come on at 50% humidity.

The two ceiling fans are also wired to the humidistat and have a wall switch that's either auto/on. So the auto is on the same humidistat the exhaust fan is but the fans have the option to be turned 'on' manually.
How bout you shut the **** up Juggs the Illiterate
 
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How bout you shut the **** up Juggs the Illiterate
I stand corrected, i didn't see that.
 
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He needs to install insulated or fire-rated sheetrock on the ceiling, taped, and painted, preferably with high gloss paint. I specialize in fixing construction-related issues and garage repairs are common. Most of the public thinks their garage is just another room they can use like all the rest and they are not.

The OSB for the subroof plywood does not like any moisture... at all. It swells up very quickly - kind of like a sponge. Hopefully, it was installed correctly and the rough side is facing up.

At the very minimum, put some primer on the subroof plywood and all joists, and hit it with 2-coats of high-gloss paint. Seriously... OSB does not do well with moisture.
 
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He needs to install insulated or fire-rated sheetrock on the ceiling, taped, and painted, preferably with high gloss paint. I specialize in fixing construction-related issues and garage repairs are common. Most of the public thinks their garage is just another room they can use like all the rest and they are not.

The OSB for the subroof plywood does not like any moisture... at all. It swells up very quickly - kind of like a sponge. Hopefully, it was installed correctly and the rough side is facing up.

At the very minimum, put some primer on the subroof plywood and all joists, and hit it with 2-coats of high-gloss paint. Seriously... OSB does not do well with moisture.
How about a range hood vented up through the roof?
 
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Ive always dreamed of taking a bath in my garage.
 
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Ive always dreamed of taking a bath in my garage.
It's at the base of Mt Fuji.
 
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How about a range hood vented up through the roof?
You could install a 48" x 48" operable skylight ($1k or so) but you would have to triple the joists up on each edge to cut it in. The problem will be the steam that gets trapped in each rafter bay. The fans will work to pull some of it out but it might not be enough. In the picture that he took:
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It is either a bad camera or, we are seeing steam in the room (off the lights).

In this picture:

We can see the OSB subroof plywood with what appears to be 2x10s every 24 on center. We can also see that he has conduit running through the joists so the 4 new joists will also need the pilot holes which means that all need to be dissembled. [*edit - I don't know where he lives so he might be required to add more joists for additional roof load - ie, snow]

In this picture:

It's difficult to make out but I think the subroof is shiplap or something like that. I fear that it is T1-11 siding...

The shiplap would last longer than the OSB but it will still be affected by the steam.
 
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That picture got mixed up, thatís actually the basement and youíre looking at the pine floor.

Iím sure itíd all look much better with a painted ceiling. The rest of the garage is painted, just didnít get to this last wall where the hot tub is yet. Not sure I wanna go through the hassle of getting a spray gun for overhead or taping off everything. Thatís a **** ton of work.

I need to roll some roof coat over the roof, itís got that asphalt rolls on it but I got a couple leaks happening.


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That picture got mixed up, thatís actually the basement and youíre looking at the pine floor.
Ahhh... okay, that makes sense then. I thought there was a repair made at this part because the ceiling and the joists are totally different than the other pictures.

Just remember - painting the ceiling of your garage is a lot less expensive and a lot less time/labor than replacing dry rot affected subroof plywood.

You can get a 1-coat reflective silicone roof coating that you can 'paint' over the surface of your existing flat roof. Just need to clean the roof off really good. Roof coatings are great stuff (at least where I live).
 
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bathrooms have vent fans or is that another thing they haven't invented in down under like putting bread in the fridge
Tbh a garage has a really huge door
 
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Not done painting yet, tbf that paint color is not my favorite but it was $50 for 5 gallons.

Between the hot tub and man door I got some porcelain wall/floor 12x12 tile. I got enough to do the floor + go up the wall a bit, at least flush to the hot tub deck.


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