Re: CULTURED MARBLE SHOWERS
Posted by Dave on April 29, 2004 at 11:51:54:
In response to Re: CULTURED MARBLE SHOWERS
I'm a pretty accomplished DIY'er and am planning to do cultured granite base and sides for the shower I'm currently building.

If you don't have much cutting to do, check out the instructions on http://www.marbledelegance.com/productspecs.html
I think they're pretty good.

However, I've decided to hire out this portion of my project.
The dealer (an experienced installer) started describing the technique he uses to cut the panels (special skillsaw blade, run the saw backwards, etc.) and it sounded like more of an art than a science. After looking at the cost of the raw material, and the amount of cutting in I'd need to do around windows, soap dishes, etc., I decided that the risk of me destroying a $500-$1K panel was too great, so I'm going to pay for this part of the work.

: I'M ABOUT TO SPEND APPROX $2500/PER 2 SHOWERS FOR CULTURED MARBLE BASE AND SIDES. I'M INSTALLING IT MYSELF. I ASKED FOR INSTRUCTIONS, FROM THE DEALER AND THEY ARE POORLY WRITTEN. I HAVEN'T PURCHASED THE UNITS YET. ANY SUGGESTIONS? ED




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