Recent content by Mbb04

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    New Build - SE Houston Area - Material Selection Help!

    Thanks very much Kim. We are going with the tile on the right and the travertine decking on the left. Too many concerns with the white marble. Thanks I will definitely discuss that with the tile installers prior to them starting.
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    New Build - SE Houston Area - Material Selection Help!

    Thanks. I’m pretty sure that’s the tile we are going to go with
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    New Build - SE Houston Area - Material Selection Help!

    Need some help with material selection. We were originally going with a travertine deck - Philadelphia color - and went back to the double check our waterline tile at the store this weekend and they just released a blasted marble that looks awesome and is about the same price. Pros and cons of...
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    New Build - SE Houston Area - Material Selection Help!

    Appreciate the feedback. yea I went back and forth on the 5 or 5’6 and talked to enough people that have pools that preferred the 5’. We have a newborn so we won’t have any kids diving or anything like that. The sun shelf is all for my wife and the little one. They will get the use out of it...
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    New Build - SE Houston Area - Material Selection Help!

    Thanks I’ll definitely look into these. I guess standard drains are the old school white ones you stump your toe one?
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    New Build - SE Houston Area - Material Selection Help!

    Ic40. Should have changed that on my first post
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    New Build - SE Houston Area - Material Selection Help!

    I did find out the skimmers are plumbed separately, that's standard for their builds. And you are correct the special spa is for the spillover. Construction to start late October. Updated renderings and spec sheet.
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    Black Glass Waterline Tile

    That’s what I’m concerned with. But I’d imagine any dark(blues) tile is going to have that issue
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    Black Glass Waterline Tile

    Getting ready to start the build process and we picked out our decking, splitface stone, and waterline tile yesterday. We went with a lighter travertine decking and split face then actually ended up picking a black glass tile for the waterline. Just curious if anyone has used black glass tile...
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