TILE INSTALLER PARKER, CO-Porcelain-Natural Stone Tile
We cement pour all of the shower pans that we work on for our bathroom remodel jobs. Once the cement is cured for a minimum of 72 hours the tile installer will apply Schluter-Kerdi membrane that is installed on top of the cement.
The shower pan tile is a mosaic natural stone tile that is installed directly to the shower pan membrane
This master bathroom remodeling project features porcelain tile installation and a recess shampoo niche
Denshield is installed to the shower walls and cement is poured for the shower pan and tub deck
The seam in the shower are taped using Kerdi-band. This will not allow the water to get behind the tile work and will also act as a crack isolation barrier.
After all of the seams are taped off the tile installation proceeds. The shower niche back wall is tiled with the same natural stone tile that the tile installer uses for the shower pan.
The existing master bathtub remains for this remodel and will be tiled on the tub deck and walls surrounding tub.
The tile installers set the porcelain tile from the top of the tub deck up to the ceiling tiling the pattern into the shower. The tub face and tub deck are tiled and the window is wrapped with tile. Schluter metal edges finish the tile installation.
A towel rack is centered with the tub. When drilling into porcelain tile you will need a hammer drill and a porcelain tile drill bit.
The bathroom floor underlayment is installed and the porcelain plank tile is dry fitted before the tile installation begins for the best fit. Tile is cut in place before it is installed.
The floor tile installation is set in a pattern that has the grout joints running in a random pattern. The grout joints do not match anywhere on the floor pattern.
The floor tile is grouted and finished at the bathroom entry door running across the floor tile pattern acting like a threshold