Working With Tile

Working With Tile

Book - 2011
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"Times change and so has the world of tiling since the original publication of the bestselling Working with Tile in 2005. Advances in technology and research have brought new installation products and tools to the market, including waterproofing membranes, backerboards, grouts, and cutting tools. Design elements have also seen a dramatic shift with the emergence of glass and stone launching a new era of creativity. DIYers will welcome this completely revised and updated edition, which combines easy-to-follow installation techniques and the latest design ideas. Two all-new sections focus on grouting (which can make or break any job) and working with porcelain and glass tile (a daily challenge to tile and shower door installers and plumbers). Remodelers looking to master small-scale tile projects such as adding a backsplash or retiling a powder-room floor will refer often to the expert advice and over 370 updated photos"-- Provided by publisher.
Publisher: Newtown, CT : Taunton Press, c2011
Edition: Rev. ed
ISBN: 9781600853739
Branch Call Number: 698.9 MEE
Characteristics: 232 p. : col. ill. ; 28 cm
Additional Contributors: Meehan, Lane


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Apr 27, 2017

This book is the KING of how to build a custom shower pan, It has a lot of detailed and different methods to build it. I recently remodelled 2 bathrooms. I wished I read this book before I did the custom shower pan. There are only 3 tiling books in the whole entire library collections that will shows you how to build a custom shower pan. black and decker tiling, Stanley tiling, creative tiling and this book. This is by far the best, follow by black and decker tiling, [Stanley tiling and Creative tiling- these 2 books give you wrong information on how to create custom shower pan. For example, they show you creating shower pan by applying the water proof membrane directly to the wood subfloor, then follow by pour 1 layer of cement--> You need to create a preslope cement first, then water proof membrane then another layer of cement---].

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