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0161 [JPG] Home inspectors often note cracked tiles and deteriorated grouting and caulking in bathtubs and showers. If you've ever wondered why, this picture is for you.

0205 [LINK] Web site for a national distributor of shower and bathtub enclosures.

0216 [PDF] Countertops are one of the hottest trends in the field of decorative concrete. However, countertops have very different aesthetic and performance requirements than concrete underfoot. These are highly visible and tactile surfaces, meticulously crafted and customized to enhance th... click to read more

0217 [PDF] Concrete countertop training class produced a cantilevered countertop that supported 960 pounds,
demonstrating the power of proper reinforcing.

0222 [LINK] Concrete sinks and vessels: find a contractor, pedestal sinks, vessel sinks, integral sinks, choose your sink color, concrete in the power room, FAQs. Very nice photo gallery.

0259 [PDF] Illustration of an air admittance valve (sometimes called "wet vents") installed under a sink and an actual picture of one installed at the laundry. Includes an explanation of what air admittance valves do.
Contributed by Russel Ray, a home inspector in San Diego, California, click to read more

0423 [PDF] Installation instructions, operating guide, and maintenance guide for whirlpool and soaking bathtubs. Framing and installation procedures, skirt installation, electrical connections, electrical wiring diagrams, system test and cleanup, operating instructions, care and maintenance... click to read more

0496 [PDF] Installation instructions for Swanstone solid surface and Veritek shower floors. 32 models listed (R, SS, FTS, STS). Includes Spanish instructions.
4 pages, 727 KB

0545 [PDF] Wobbly toilet a sign of wetter things to come.
Discussion of why a toilet wobbles, how to fix it, and the problems that can result from ignoring the wobble.
3 pages, 96 KB

 

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