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Tag Archives: tile
Louie, who did our gutters, came by yesterday and installed the last of our downspouts. Rick was also out yesterday afternoon and got the kitchen tiled, including all the appliance bays. Lots of finicky corner- and edge cuts, plus he … Continue reading
On Tuesday afternoon, Rick tackled some of the trickiest work on our floor tile–the area where the new floor meets the old, which are slightly out of level with one another. But Rick worked his usual magic and smoothed out … Continue reading
Our tile setter came by this afternoon and finished installing the floor tile in the laundry room and the bathroom. The kitchen counter is done, too. He did some prep work on the floor between the front of the house … Continue reading
(Originally posted via Jott. Completely re-written, added pictures.) Rick and his crew showed up again this morning to continue tile installation. Meanwhile, I spent about five hours this morning re-installing the electrical boxes in the peninsula counter. This was made … Continue reading
Rick, our tile setter, had his crew at our place bright and early on Saturday morning. There wasn’t much that we were able to help with, and those guys were moving so fast that there was no place we could … Continue reading
We got our faucet out of the kitchen finally. The guys are plugging the hot- and cold water and sewer lines right now. We’ll cover it up and I’ll post some pictures when we’re all finished. Posted via Jott Pictures … Continue reading
We did more prep work for our tile setter last night, mostly on the kitchen counters and backsplash. We could have avoided most of this if we’d had the foresight to get our tile and cabinet people together *before* the … Continue reading