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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
New Tests Coming for Roof Coverings
Stainless anchors and pressure-injected grout form a strong bond with the original masonry.
EMT costs more up front, but it's less likely to get damaged and makes future upgrades a lot easier.
Q: After the tile installer left one of our recent projects, we found dried epoxy grout on some of the bathroom's fixtures. He also failed to remove the grate from the shower drain when he grouted and now excess epoxy clogs the drain and fills in the screw slots, making it impossible to remove the...
Q: Tile Doorway Detail When there's an entry between an exterior tiled deck and an interior living space, how should the threshold be detailed so that the doorway doesn't leak? My client uses a wheelchair and would like the interior and exterior floors to be in approximately the same plane.
Countertops; art tile
Cement-based tile backers are optimistically labeled 'score and snap,' but skinny and curving cuts can be difficult.
Few things are more frustrating than trying to drill through porcelain tile with conventional glass or masonry drill bits
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