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Tile, Paint and Plumbing a Bathroom

February 21, 2010

The Fosters were referred by a member of their family.

The counter had become dated, and they were ready for an update.

First, we removed the existing tile and repaired the drywall and texture.  Next, we replaced the wood cut out form the old sink.  The new sink is a surface mounted bowl, and will only need a two-inch hole in the counter for mounting.

Once the wood was in place, we installed Hardibacker and sealed it with Redgard vapor barrier.

After the vapor barrier cured, the counter was ready for tile.  The Fosters chose a beautiful sandstone tile with an accent tile which was inlaid with stainless steel rings.

The bathroom turned out with a great new look that should last for years to come.

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