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Kitchen Renovation in Northern Lebanon PA

Customer remembered JD Tile from previous work 10 years ago. He tiled a stove base and entryway previously for customer. The current job was to remove the vinyl sheeting and install tile by Crossville, Americana series from Garden State Tile in Lancaster. The dark series went on the floor and lighter color for the backsplash. These tiles are V4 or varied to 4 shades. Varied shading is very popular these days. The new tile was installed to the height of the adjoining hardwood floor in the breakfast area. The proper substrate had to be installed to achieve this. Schluter Ditra was the choice in this situation. The dishwasher and stove were unhooked and removed from the room in order to tile the flooring underneath. After the floor was finished appliance were installed. Epoxy SpectraLock grout was used on the floor for longevity. 20141007_121400 20140925_112619

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Barrier Free Shower in Lebanon PA with drop down bench

Barrier free in-law shower in Lebanon PA. NuHeat installed in the floor. Marco Corona porcelain tile carries into the barrier free shower with a 68″ Kerdi-Line Drain located at the back wall. Crossville mosaics were used in the ceiling, feature deco and niche. Dome liners were used to terminate the tile. The granite used for the bathroom vanity was incorporated into the niche which is a trademark of JD Tile. A drop down shower seat was incorporated. SpectraLock Epoxy grout was used, 2 colors light pewter and raven. Glass frameless shower door. JD Tile 143-8x1020140117_14562220131210_14411020131122_113547

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Barrier free Master Shower in Lebanon PA

Barrier free shower with linear drain in Lebanon PA. JD Tile worked closely with the customer to determine what she wanted. Creative elements with granite selected by customer were added to the choice of Crossville Americana Beige 18 inch tiles. The niches were done all in granite and lined up perfectly with the grout joints. The design of the shower floor mirrors the ceiling with a granite donut created to accept the rain shower antique brass hardware. NuHeat cables were installed in the floor of this master bathroom to provide the radiant heat in the tile for added comfort. The linear drain in the back wall of the shower goes all the way across and the diagonal tile design in the floor carriers across the drain. Pony or half walls were incorporated vs the original design of full walls in order to allow the natural light to enter the shower area. The shower was entered the the annual CID Awards(Coverings Installation Design) Awards put out by the NTCA(National Tile Contractors Association) in the category of tile and design. The project was in the top 5. JD Tile works closely with customers offering many years experience to give design ideas and custom high end installation not needing a designer. Design is a strong point of JD Tile. Continuity is mission essential always dealing with customer directly. Small business equals large value to customer. JD Tile 059-8x10 JD Tile 108-8x10 20131230_152458 20131230_152505 20131208_164216_LLS 20131214_123432 20131215_134415 20131203_151441

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Tile Shower Remodel in Lancaster PA with sliced pebbles, May 2012

Fiberglass shower enclosure removed, pony wall added. 

Perma base cement board used in wet area.  Cement board coated with Laticrete’s Hyrdro Ban.  Schluter’s Kerdi drain assembly flange with sloped mud shower pan.  Schluter ditra membrane installed on bathroom floor over plywood.

White mini wave sliced pebbles on shower pan, 10X16″ tiles vertical and horizontal on shower walls, sliced pebble panel with glass mosaic frame and liner, same pebbles on shower pan.  Seat, shelves,  curb, and knee wall toppers are all noche.  Drain is kerdi drain brushed nickel.  Shower is now ready for next phase the plumbing trim plates and glass enclosure.   Tile purchased at Garden State Tile in Lancaster PA.  Great support was provided by their staff.

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