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Old 07-01-2014, 09:53 PM   #31
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It looks really good. I'm impressed with how well you were able to match it to the rest of the house. how hard was it to get all that plumbing installed? did u mostly do it yourself? It may of taken a year but it looks damn good! pat yourself on the back my friend

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Old 07-04-2014, 10:38 AM   #32
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That actually looks really great with the rest of your house! Nice work.
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Old 07-07-2014, 11:41 AM   #33
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Turned out very nice.

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thats awesome any pointers for me. Im going to be doing the same thing, for the shower, building my pan and tiling it all.
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looks like great workmanship. Love the tile, also how the new addition blends into existing house.
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It looks really good. I'm impressed with how well you were able to match it to the rest of the house. how hard was it to get all that plumbing installed? did u mostly do it yourself? It may of taken a year but it looks damn good! pat yourself on the back my friend

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Two days on the plumbing. But then winter set in and I had installed the pex on the outside wall of the room. Well guess what the thing froze up last winter.
I moved the pex under the floor this time . Lets see if we get a freeze problem this year. Live and learn. Maybe in a southern state I could have gotten away with it but not up here in Maine.
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thats awesome any pointers for me. Im going to be doing the same thing, for the shower, building my pan and tiling it all.

Yes I do have one for you. Take your time on the shower pan. When doing the cement work. Make your self a wooden stick and use it to push around the cement. Mark how high you want to go using a level around the inside of the shower. Say an 1" 1/2 high , then taper to the top of the drain for your nice tapper. On the corners you will have to trowel by hand and kinda blend the whole thing in.
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