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How to specify wet rooms with tile and stone coverings

Learn the latest research into wet room specification with Schlüter-Systems' CPD on Integrated Solutions for Wet Rooms with Tile and Stone Coverings

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Through Schlüter-Systems' latest CPD, Integrated Solutions for Wet Rooms with Tile and Stone Coverings, gain the knowledge and confidence in specifying an integrated system for a complete CE marked waterproofing solution and learn the key considerations in the design and installation of wet rooms and shower areas.

This CPD covers:

  • Benefits of integrated systems for wet rooms vs. multi-manufacturer combined offerings
  • How point drains and linear drains can be hidden or accent the design
  • Requirements of waterproofing and how an integrated system offers complete peace of mind
  • The difference between waterproof and water-resistant tile backerboards - not all are equal!
  • A complete waterproofing and drainage solution - the installation and compatibility benefits.

For more information and technical support visit: www.trainedwithschluter.co.uk

 

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