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Energy-efficient light fixture; stone and stucco rain screen; square shower drain; adhesive filler; plastic furring strips; more
A reinforced mortar-bed substrate is key to success.
Clips for flat tiles; mounting blocks; aluminum-and-glass railing; crawlspace ventilation; fibercement siding panels; more
Most tile saws pump water out of a large pan to cool their cuts, which can cause a lot of overspray and dripping.
The manufacturer of the glass tile my client chose for her shower recommends that it be installed with modified thinset mortar. But Schluter, maker of the Kerdi waterproofing membrane I typically use, specifies unmodified thinset mortar for both installing its membrane and setting tile. Does this...
We had to cut a few glass tiles to complete a backsplash. Even though we used a diamond glass blade in our tile saw, fine chips are visible on the cut edges. What's the trick to cutting glass tile?
Q: Using a heat gun is an approved method for removing cured epoxy grout from tiles and fixtures [see Q&A, 5/08]. But can the same technique be used when the tile has been installed over Schluter’s Kerdi waterproofing membrane, or would the heat damage the membrane?
Custom shower niches; working inside the bubble
To ensure a long-lasting installation, use a membrane and a movement joint.
Commercial-style range for less; slate-look porcelain tiles; lightweight thinset mortar; PEX plumbing connections
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