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    Default Wetroom advice

    Hi Guys,
    I'm installing a wetroom shower area using the Impey system and the customer has come back with 11m of pebble mosaic tiles for the walls and floor.
    Looks a bit like chesil beach.
    Any ideas how I can get the b****y things flat enough to fit the shower rail, handset and enclosure to them ?
    Or should I just say that they are unsuitable for the intended use ?
    The rest of the bathroom is to be in travertine 600 x 400.

    Many thanks.

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    Default Re: Wetroom advice

    Not sure mate never had that kind of problem, maybe have chat with the customer to see if she'll change her mind
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