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Old 02-22-2010, 05:34 PM   #1
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When I tile my whole house Iím going to use something like a door saddle made of a hard wood to break the connection into the next room. This will negate the need to cut tile or match grout lines into the next room.

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When I tile my whole house Iím going to use something like a door saddle made of a hard wood to break the connection into the next room. This will negate the need to cut tile or match grout lines into the next room.

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This sounds beautiful.
I suggest you get Michael Byrne's tile book from the library or online book seller, read up on expansion joints. I'm a diy only sometimes, I plan, and I WILL have one in my small project or I WILL get a different tile man.
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