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Unread 10-21-2017, 03:04 PM   #3
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There's two issues: the marble getting dark and the way the shower is built.

In regards to the marble darkening this is just what's going to happen. If you don't want dark marble then you'll have to go with a porcelain tile that looks like marble.

The way your shower is built is cause for concern. The bottom where the liner goes into the wall isn't correct. Also, where it wraps into the curb is probably the most alarming.

This thread in the Liberry is a good resource on shower construction. It's wise to bring up the issues with the general contractor and let them know that you want your shower built correctly to industry specifications.

It might be wise to change your shower pan tile in the process.
James Upton

Why you should NOT buy a newly remodeled home ~DIYTileGuy
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