My sister and I are doing our bathrooms in our condos. I am seeing her job and am concerned they aren't doing right.
They used the concrete sheetrock for her shower but it didn't go to the top. So they did some patchwork with sheetrock and put some sort of netting that was placed over it. I thought they would then mud/sand this so then the tile can be put over it. They did not and the tile person is putting the thinset over this netting and attaching the tile.
My worry is the patchwork of about 4 inches wide of sheetrock that is at top of the shower is not flush to the walls or the existing sheetrock. Picture a 5x9 shower with no tub. The three walls all have sheet rock up until about 4 inches from the ceiling. apparently they ran out so they got more, cut it to fit the 4 inch cap and screwed it in.
The netting I'm talking about was patched over this probably to make it one surface and smooth but they didn't mud.
Sorry if I'm not explaining right but need to know if they aren't doing the right thing here. We've already been burned by a contractor and this one has had issues as well.