How to do curbless roll-in shower - new construction?
We are planning a house with poured slab floors (either on AAC or ICF substrate) with embedded hydronic heating loops. Over this will be tile and/or hardwood suitable for use with the in-floor heat.
Bathrooms will have roll-in showers - no curb - because we are geezers and want to "age in place". Tile is undecided, all I can say is it will be slip-resistant and suitable for wet areas.
In terms of the tiling, waterproofing and construction, what is the best way to get the required slope for shower drainage? Which style drain would work best? Drain location? Shower is at the "far end" of the bathroom, vanity is outside the shower/toilet room.
NOTE: There will be ample room under both the floors for pipes and drains to the greywater tank in the basement. We have >9ft ceilings for other reasons).