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Chad Deiter Company 05-06-2011 07:35 AM

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Originally Posted by Jim
I agree. Why pick peoples work apart like that? It makes guys not want to post pictures. Does everything have to be perfect to post?

I thought everything looked good.

Seriously ? So if I post something that looks like caca no one can suggest a better way. I'd rather have the suggestions so that so next time I have a better looking shower. I'm pretty sure that everything said was just constructive criticism and I doubt the Cain cried himself to sleep last night. :D

Shaughnn 05-06-2011 08:02 AM

Jim,
Here in the Pro's Hangout we don't pull punches. It's presumed that we're all professionals who want to improve the services being offered to our clients, and peer criticism is the surest method of breaking bad habits. I don't think that anyone was being cruel or malicious in their criticisms. But when faced with something out-of-step, it's usually appreciated and respected to be offered a few tips. None of us here are infallible. If we were, we'd be traveling the land in an RV and living the semi-retarred life. :D
Shaughnn

Levi the Tile Guy 05-06-2011 11:35 AM

I agree whole heartedly Shaugn. If I posted work, and some of the pro's on here wanted to tell me what they think I could have done better I want to hear that.

mountain eagle 05-06-2011 11:47 AM

As the guy in the corner trying to watch and learn, the pointing out and clarification of the subtle details is very helpful...........

Square pusher 05-06-2011 12:33 PM

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I agree, It helps everyone improve their skills.
Here is a few of some projects I've just finished.
lino removed.
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first coat of hydroban
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Back next week for finished pics.

Square pusher 05-06-2011 12:49 PM

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I put the Green tape in so the sealer wont compromise the glass.
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tilelayer 05-06-2011 01:51 PM

Peter thats some nice work, did you tile right over that old mosaic floor? Nice closet flange cut.


Kevin what kind of thinset is you using to bond your mud to the slab?

tuckertile 05-06-2011 01:53 PM

Nice work peter ... im postin all my work imperfections and all! it will force me to constantly be thinking about my standards and layout....todo! have to be able to hear all the comments good and bad....tile guys are THE MOST obsearvent guys on the job site...we just can't spell:cheers:

Square pusher 05-06-2011 02:09 PM

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Originally Posted by Rick
Peter thats some nice work, did you tile right over that old mosaic floor? Nice closet flange cut.

Thanks Rick,
Yes I did.
I hit it with a cup grinder first, to give it a bit more bite.

I had to rip one out the next day, that I wasn't happy with. And it was a PITA. So no worries about the bond.

Thanks Kevin, It's surprising that people don't use the spell checker more often.

tuckertile 05-06-2011 02:14 PM

laticrete 253 gold[grey ]

Square pusher 05-06-2011 02:18 PM

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Here's some pics of the finished Powder room/Laundry which I finished about 6months ago.
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Levi the Tile Guy 05-06-2011 03:00 PM

Nice Perer :tup2:

Hydroban in one bath and Kerdi in the master huh!!! I am assuming it is the same house

tuckertile 05-06-2011 03:00 PM

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not in progress.......3 months ago.

Levi the Tile Guy 05-06-2011 03:03 PM

Nice Kevin :tup2:

Did you have to cut the tiles to fit above the door opening? width wise obviously. Can't see how the inside wall of the shower matches the outside wall, but I prolly woulda centered the outside wall if it doesn't flow perfectly with the inside wall. Looks good though, I sure love quarter round. IMHO it looks so much better than bn

tuckertile 05-06-2011 03:10 PM

i didnt want 2 cuts going down right side of opening:eek: and bottom deco does not carry into shower... layout nightmare! homeowners wanted to use up glass! yea im a Q.R guy..


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