Porcelain sheets - Laminam - Accent walls
Eurocerob
November 17, 2012 in Design Dilemma
Hello to you all ,

I am working with this great material , lightweight and durable , called porcelain sheets from Laminam. I am wondering if you would consider it for creating accent walls in residential homes ?

The porcelain sheets are 40'' x 120'' which will create only vertical joints for most of homes walls which are under 10 feet. Also a pattern of vertical staggering may look great for walls over 10 feet .

Your comments are very welcome and appreciated .
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Looks interesting - I have a few questions:

1. What is the thickness?
2. How is it installed?
3. Is it wet-rated?
4. What substrate should it applied over?

Thanks
~Steve
November 18, 2012 at 10:36am   
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Eurocerob
1. 3.5mm

2. Installation are to comply with ANSI A108.2 , ANSI A108.1B and ANSI A108.5 . The installation must achieve maximum adhesive coverage edge to edge with mortar ridges on both the back panel and the substrate.

3. Yes.

4. Must be installed over sound, level, fully cured concrete, masonry, cement board or other approved surfaces. A premium floor and wall dry-set mortar should be used with a latex additive.

5. Color choices http://www.stone-tile.com/tile/manufactured/Thin%20Tile%20Porcelain?all=true
November 18, 2012 at 1:49pm   
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Ok thanks. I'm interested in seeing samples, can you send me those?
If so, please email me directly at Steve@BeautifulRemodel.com with information on how to arrange that.
November 18, 2012 at 1:57pm   
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