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Kitchen Designs by Ken Kelly, Inc. (CKD, CBD, CR)
28 Reviews
Kitchen Designs by Ken Kelly 20
Ideabooks4,311
Questions8
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“chandler in kitchen” — mackera2
Mike Connell
4 Reviews
Pacific Heights Mediterranean
Ideabooks210K
Questions62
is very popular in today's bathrooms.That said, this style is not suggested by the TCNA with a tile that has an edge longer than 18 inches, unless a mock-up is prepared and signed off on by the client. Tip: Prepare a test board to see how your tile will look once it's installed. Determining the quality
“Ralph love everything” — Jackie Cajas-Carreno
Hendel Homes
24 Reviews
Master Bathroom
Ideabooks51,800
Questions34
all materials have movement. if you build the shower to TCNA guidelines you will not have any problems.
“color scheme” — liftedhousesteps
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TURETT COLLABORATIVE ARCHITECTS
3 Reviews
23 Downing Street
Ideabooks24,744
Questions14
instead of the base-standard L/360. This number indicates how much flex a floor has before tile is installed — both the Tile Council of North America (TCNA) and the Terrazzo, Tile and Marble Association of Canada (TTMAC) require L/720 for heavy installations.
“Tile” — jarculeo
Modern Bathroom
Ideabooks9,741
Questions14
negative visual attention to tile lippage on walls. I'm sure this was a very tough installation. Look at the natural light washing down the wall! The TCNA recommends that bathrooms have no ceiling lighting within 24 inches of a wall and no lighting on the wall, if possible. Light that's so close to the
“tuiles blanches” — sviau
Cathers Home
2 Reviews
Horse Ranch
Ideabooks59,663
Questions27
I suggest you refer to the International Building Code and TCNA- Tile Council of North America's installation guidelines.
“Tile” — tontogirl
McKEE CARSON
West Virginia
Ideabooks7,720
Questions2
safety features are working properly by doing these two easy tests regularly: ◦Wave a broom handle under your garage door as it is closing. The door should “see” the broom with the built-in motion sensor and roll back up immediately. ◦Test pressure sensitivity by placing a roll of paper towels under
safety features are working properly by doing these two easy tests regularly: • Wave a broom handle under your garage door as it is closing. The door should “see” the broom with the built-in motion sensor and roll back up immediately. • Test pressure sensitivity by placing a roll of paper towels under
soon as the door reaches the paper towel roll, the pressure sensors should “feel” it and roll the door back up. If your door fails either of these tests, call your garage door installer as soon as possible to fix the issue.
“door style” — elaine_holmes
Thomas Roszak Architecture, LLC
Glass House
Ideabooks2,173
Questions5
color test patches should be 2'sq
Deciding on Color--Test patches should be painted across from a window, next to a window and next to any proposed accent
accent wall or passageway into another room. Light conditions greatly affect the appearance of colors. Test the color in areas of shadow and direct light, and observe it during the day and evening, when you switch to artificial light, to get a real sense of whether it’s right for you. Live with the
window and next to any proposed accent wall or passageway into another room. Light conditions greatly affect the appearance of colors. You need to test the color in areas of shadow and direct light, and observe it during the day and evening, when you switch to artificial light, to get a real sense of
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