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JP Tile & Stone 04-10-2013 06:01 PM

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Originally Posted by John K
Nice work! How did you like the Levelite?

I had no problem with the pour, it seemed to flow and level well. I would use it again where weight is an issue.

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Originally Posted by precision_tile
I love this thread.
It always gives me inspiration and humbles me at the same time.
Great job to all of you guys!

I agree!

K_Tile 04-10-2013 06:29 PM

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Project photos continued...

Pic 1: Some more "LatiSweet" pallet of 3701 Mud bed and Lat 86

Pic 2: Concrete slab dropped an 1-1/4" in 10 ft over 30ft wide

Pic 3: Wet Lat 86 in the background and Hydroban in the foreground. Remainder of floor was Hydroban the next day.

Pic 4: Jerusalem limestone install

Two coats Enrich and Seal on Thursday w/ Spectralock on Friday

Hamilton 04-10-2013 06:40 PM

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Originally Posted by Jc0379 (Post 1265869)
Great looking work everyone.
Jack that shower looks really good and Chads right they have a lot of trim in there but why the cheap looking soap shelf?

The skylight above made it look a lighter color. I assume you meant soap dish? Not every job is the taj mahal, but I'd rather use nice trim and make the overall shower look nice vs cheap surface bullnose. Besides they picked the shelves and dish. Just one of the 800 to 1000 I've built. Maybe you'll approve of my next one lol! Btw, she loves it =) That's all that really matters.

evan1968 04-10-2013 06:52 PM

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Originally Posted by K_Tile
Project photos continued...

Pic 1: Some more "LatiSweet" pallet of 3701 Mud bed and Lat 86

Pic 2: Concrete slab dropped an 1-1/4" in 10 ft over 30ft wide

Pic 3: Wet Lat 86 in the background and Hydroban in the foreground. Remainder of floor was Hydroban the next day.

Pic 4: Jerusalem limestone install

Two coats Enrich and Seal on Thursday w/ Spectralock on Friday

Commercial Tile Porn.....:tup1:

K_Tile 04-10-2013 06:54 PM

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Commercial Tile Porn.....
From one hack to another :cheers:

Chad Deiter Company 04-10-2013 07:39 PM

Nice stuff Kevin

Jc0379 04-10-2013 08:14 PM

Jack I meant no disrespect , you always post amazing work. Regardless of what choices are made with materials, in the end as long as the customer is happy, all is well.

precison_tile 04-10-2013 08:27 PM

Kevin,
my hats off to you. The versailles pattern looks sweet. I first encountered that pattern a few years ago with some un gauged Quartzite. What a PITA!
Usually after a little while of working wth a pattern i begin to "get it" and can switch into that mode without flipping everything over in my head. That is one that i was never able to master. How about you? How often did you have to reference the picture or your pattern layout?

Good Job Man.

Chad Deiter Company 04-11-2013 07:29 PM

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Put some waterproofing on this pan today in Oceanside,Ca. Laticrete HydroBan this time
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cwilde72 04-12-2013 08:39 PM

Kevin, who's the distributor for that limestone tile? Looks sweet by the way! :tup1:

Chad, Oceanside baby!! Miss that place. Do me a favor and send me a carne asada burrito from Alberto's please. With guacamole!! :D

Higher Standard Tile 04-12-2013 09:03 PM

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A exterior entryway we did this week in the Kaanapali Summit neighborhood.

Grinded the exposed aggregate and installed Ditra, then versailles pattern brushed travertine.

Grouted this afternoon with Permacolor Mushroom.

Chad Deiter Company 04-12-2013 10:00 PM

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Originally Posted by cwilde72 (Post 1266243)

Chad, Oceanside baby!! Miss that place. Do me a favor and send me a carne asada burrito from Alberto's please. With guacamole!! :D

No problem man

Chad Deiter Company 04-12-2013 10:02 PM

Nice entry Isaac

bctile601 04-13-2013 05:30 AM

Rubio's Fish Tacos !

:corn:

ceramictec 04-13-2013 07:18 AM

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did a Kerdi tub shower early this week in Palm Harbor, Florida.
tile was a beveled 3x6 bisque "crackle glaze" subway tile.
with a liners, listello and char-rail cap at the top
also did Kerdi on Durock for waterproofing.

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