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Higher Standard Tile 07-12-2015 12:36 AM

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Some of the stuff we have been working on recently.

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Steve rockin the new shirts- and I'm not worried to show my my phone number- all diamond blade salesman from the 480 area code always go to voicemail anyway:)
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jondon 07-12-2015 05:29 AM

Isaac, nice portfolio of work... I really like the pebble floor. Only thing I have not cared for with pebbles is when you grout a shower floor you lose most of the pebble in the space because it has to get grouted. Here you get the full effect of the pebbles. Very nice:)

John Bridge 07-12-2015 06:41 AM

Round pebbles hurt my feet. :D

Nice work.

barradas23 07-12-2015 07:33 PM

Flat pebbles are the best!


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Higher Standard Tile 07-22-2015 10:00 PM

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Not every job in Maui has a nice view.

Night work replacing chipped quarry tile and regrouting in a large hotel kitchen around the dish wash machine.

This is not for the faint of heart or those with good sense of smell.:sick:

The drypack was completely disintegrated so we had to float the replacement sections with a rapid setting mortar first.

Gotta bring out the heavy artillery for this one 254 Rapid and 2000IG.

mane3215 07-23-2015 09:20 AM

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Houston Remodeler:

I'd put money on it that the tile you installed is White River Quartzite. Here is a photo of a slab.

Lazarus 07-25-2015 03:11 PM

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Just some work in a Huntsville Lake House. I did two Kerdi showers and floors previously for this client. This was the last one on the ground level.

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Lazarus 07-25-2015 03:12 PM

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Whoops....a couple of more... Massive SLC on the floors. Kerdi for the Tub Hop and Greenskin for the niche. Fusion Pro for everything....

nelsonkoehn 07-25-2015 09:57 PM

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and Greenskin for the niche

One piece cut with the 'niche pattern' or multiple pieces?

Either way :yo:, that's some sticky stuff!

Lazarus 07-26-2015 07:42 AM

One for the niche pattern, in this case.

Tiger Mountain Tile Inc 07-26-2015 09:14 AM

Nice work, Laz. It looks good, clean, and perfect. :)

Tiger Mountain Tile Inc 07-26-2015 10:05 AM

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Here's a bathroom remodel that I did in Renton a couple of months ago.

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Lazarus 07-26-2015 10:41 AM

Sweet~ I like the tub/shower design and the trench drain.

Houston Remodeler 07-26-2015 10:43 AM

Yes Chris, that's the stuff. Still have not heard from the HO to see if it has dried out yet.

pooky 07-26-2015 10:55 AM

tiger mountain
 
hey jim,

are you using TS as the pan ??

If so, are you thinsetting to perimeter and then using a bead of urethane at
the edge??

and . . . is that a laticrete linear??

thx


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