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Old 06-30-2011, 10:22 PM   #16
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Built in corner shelves are not that difficult. If you are installing granite counter tops they can be made out of the same material. I've attached a sample, if you are building a stand alone shower, they can also be installed lower and used as a foot rest for the ladies to shave thier legs.
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Old 07-01-2011, 05:23 PM   #17
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Built in corner shelves are not that difficult. If you are installing granite counter tops they can be made out of the same material. I've attached a sample, if you are building a stand alone shower, they can also be installed lower and used as a foot rest for the ladies to shave thier legs.
I am liking all the options of tiling, but Im afraid I wont do a good enough job for it to hold up.
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The best thing I did when I redid a bathroom was to put in a thermostatically controlled shower valve. Just turn on the water with one handle and it is always the right temp and it adjusts itself if someone in the house turns on another faucet.
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Floor heat is a big deal these days too. Has that been mentioned? Almost every job I've done in the past five years has included floor heat.
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