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Rick, I am sorry you are experiencing this problem. What you are describing along with accompanying pictures show a completely unprofessional installation. The laminated edge strip should have been cut
Elliott, You can certainly attach directly to the brick. I would use a premium thinset mortar. Look for a thinset mortar with an ANSI 118.14 rating. Make sure there is complete coverage on the brick
Larry, Travertine countertops can be a good option as long as you understand the limitations of the stone. I would not suggest having a polished surface, rather a honed surface is recommended, or if
Jennifer, Thanks for sending me this question. It seems to me the easiest solution (if you have room on the new open end) is to build a return knee wall perpendicular to the existing wall and tie it
Yes, there are various sized tile spacers or tile wedges. see link: http://www.globalindustrial.com/p/building-materials/flooring-carpeting/floor-ha
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