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The tile installation for this custom bathroom remodel
feature porcelain plank tile run horizontally in a wood
1/3rd staggered joint.
The client wanted to give her bathroom a feeling of
contemporary and at the same time wanted to bring
warmth to her bathroom design.
Porcelain tile is an excellent choice for it's durability,
practicality and versatility. This plank tile looks like
wood but is a superior choice since it gives the
feeling of warmness that wood brings yet it will not
warp due to water exposure.
Custom Bathroom Remodel
Includes framing a jetted bath tub including a shower
bench at the end of the tub opposite the tub valve wall.
The access panel for the tub is on the face of the
bath tub so the framing created a ledge at both ends
and along the back wall.
We installed cement tile backer board to the
walls and floor as underlayments. The
underlayment for the floors are first thinset
down and screwed to give stability and to
reduce flexibility when walking.
The grout of choice for this project is
Custom's Fusion Grout which never needs to
be sealed and comes already mixed in a
The grout never fades or cracks and is easily
cleaned and never stains. An excellent
product for this bathroom remodeling job.
The tile design called for the
tile to be installed on the entire
back wall along the master tub
and shower. It is a sheet tile
with a mix of glass tile and
natural stone tiles.
The shower features 2 soap
shelves made from marble
tiles and tumbled marble
shower floor tile in a mini brick
pattern that comes mounted
on a sheet.
All the porcelain tile that you
see along the inside of
window, along all exposed
edges aound tub, bench and
shower dam are custom
bullnosed, an excellent finish
that adds softness.
Centennial Shower Pan Installer The shower pan begins with a cement board base and a Schluter drain that is
designed to accept the Schluter/Kerdi waterproof membrane. Most of the shower pans we install are with the Schluter/Kerdi
system and a cement poured shower pan that is installed over the wonderboard. The finished shower floor looks flat but drains
easily with no standing water. The tumbled marble shower pan floor is then sealed