The Shower Floor Seminar produced some beautiful results
This is one of our prefabbed boxed that the shower can be built in and then carried into the house.
Installation of the drain so that it sits flat and holds the under layment without causing problems because it sits too high off the floor.
Here I am demonstrating Installing shower box underlayment
Here is Dave helping.
Here is the section of the seminar on how to spread the mud over the mesh and get the bottom slanted right.
Pre-laying the broken up granite to get a handle on the number of pieces it will take.
Here was the Pre Lay going on which Chicha
Beautiful view of the mosaic shower floor that Phoenix laid out for us.
Here is the thin set
We used some of the tons of broken tile to do this bathroom floor for fun.
Granite shower bottom was also laid as part of the Shower seminar, then the grouting class was based on this one too.
A close up of the tiles and the center that it was built around.
Laying them on the walls is easy, but you have to be sure to run them straight from one side to the other.
Cheating is using a staple gun instead of trying to hand bang the nails through metal like they did a hundred years ago.
A close up of the wall shingles that lived for a hundred years as roofing shingles, as they were being prepped.
Learning how to work them, cut them, and how to nail them up.
Rene showing how to put the underlayment up on the walls.
Here is a shot of Rene Laying granite floor
Rene giving some instruction on how to do the job right.
Our youngest attendee was Cole and here you see him cleaning up the tiles for the shower.