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Levi the Tile Guy 05-06-2011 03:18 PM

I like the drop where the plant sits that is a cool feature. What is the deco made of? can't tell if it's glass or what.

tuckertile 05-06-2011 03:23 PM

Thank you levi... that is a 3-d wavy glass/w 5/8" squares of emperador dark... this shower was designed for 13x13 the material was 6 months out so we went with 6x6 walnut cerdomas...

Square pusher 05-06-2011 03:26 PM

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Levi,

Thanks

They are Different houses,

Heres another work in progress that is a bit of everything.
I was helping out a fellow contractor on this one while he is out of town on a big install.
I just did the waterproofing as I'm Kerdi certifiable, added Hydroban to the window ledge and seams just to be sure.
I see Kerdi, Hydroban, and Mapeguard 2.

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tuckertile 05-06-2011 03:27 PM

The plant ledge hangs over 8" inside the shower it is kind of obtrusive,but cool, and they built it for there cat!

Lazarus 05-06-2011 04:30 PM

That third pic don't look like no "Peter." C',mon....give it up. That your helper? LOL....

GraniteGirl 05-06-2011 05:35 PM

Even the plumbing is purdy on that first bathroom of Peter's!

Awesome works, guys! :cheers:

Square pusher 05-06-2011 09:28 PM

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Originally Posted by Laz
That third pic don't look like no "Peter." C',mon....give it up. That your helper? LOL....

That's Andrea, and she's one of the best glass installers I've worked with.

Square pusher 05-06-2011 09:46 PM

I gotta say, I'm surprised no-one has said anything about the off centre kerdi drain in the last three pics of post 8964
http://www.johnbridge.com/vbulletin/...postcount=8964

Just so you know, It wasn't me. but I still feel partly responsible.

silvercitytile 05-06-2011 11:38 PM

doesnt look bad to me Peter. proper slope and water proofing all good:cheers:

Higher Standard Tile 05-07-2011 12:31 AM

Looking good Peter. Done a few jobs recently here in Maui for clients from BC. But they must pick all the cool modern tile for their home in BC and choose the boring beige for the vacation rentals in Maui.

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have to be able to hear all the comments good and bad....tile guys are THE MOST obsearvent guys on the job

Yeah I noticed a fan and a mastic bucket back in your post a few pages back (8904). Do real tile guys own fans and use mastic? :D: (Don't worry I know you weren't setting the floor with mastic)

BTW that floor is really nice. Like the way you did the planks on 45 with a border. :tup1:

tuckertile 05-07-2011 12:35 AM

thank you isaac...and the only thing a bucket of mastic is good for is A clean 3.5 gallon bucket.

silvercitytile 05-07-2011 01:09 AM

i Love 3.5 buckets for mixin grout:cheers: thats all i got to say about mastic:rolleyes:

michaelhazuka 05-07-2011 08:37 AM

SOG holds just as much water as a gang shower in some cases.....all you need is water to promote the growth of mold with m-m-mastic, and you've see the end result. Cement "sweats" remember....even in AZ.

The experience I had was just to a greater degree, and NASTY.

I remember taking my clothes off in the garage after work on those days. Just felt dirty, and not a "dusty" dirty. My wife was kind of shocked as I entered the house in just my underwear......:cheers:

Square pusher 05-07-2011 10:04 AM

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doesnt look bad to me Peter. proper slope and water proofing all good
Thanks Jeff. I even did a flood test, I don't think the G.C. had seen it done before.

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Originally Posted by Isaac
Looking good Peter. Done a few jobs recently here in Maui for clients from BC. But they must pick all the cool modern tile for their home in BC and choose the boring beige for the vacation rentals in Maui.

Thanks Isaac, It'd be funny if were working for the same customers.


Here's some more from one I did at Christmas. I only had 5% extra tile to work with on this one.

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jondon 05-07-2011 10:09 AM

Nice work Peter, really nice shower. What he had never seen a flood test before? Maybe most don't do it, eh:rolleyes:


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