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Old 04-03-2018, 03:32 PM   #1
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Does this Kerdi installation look ok?

This was sent to me from a builder as an example of how they do their showers. Obviously itís not finished yet, but I am completely ignorant of how a Kerdi installation should look. Does it look ok? Is there anything glaring that doesnít look correct? Is there anything specific that I should look for when examining a Kerdi installation?
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This was sent to me from a builder as an example of how they do their showers. Obviously itís not finished yet, but I am completely ignorant of how a Kerdi installation should look. Does it look ok? Is there anything glaring that doesnít look correct? Is there anything specific that I should look for when examining a Kerdi installation?
Its really hard to tell without being there but it Looks like they know what they are doing. I would assume that there is slope on that shelf/ bench.


Edit: even more proof that they know what they are doing. They are doing a water test.
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What are the 3 pipes just above the water level for? Maybe theyíre not pipes, but they look like a place for water seepage unless really well sealed.
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I donít know what the pipes are for (itís not my shower).

Thanks for the replies. So, I will just assume from the comments here that there are no visible red flags.

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