Robert (left) Casper (right) a Malcolm in the middle
They found us on Google last Monday, and we finished it this Monday. That is a whole restaurant remodel in one week. Burger King, where Taste is King, in Lima, Ohio. This one is for Jade Group out of Atlanta GA and Sacremento CA. Two bathrooms, a drink station and counter area plus rearrange the furniture (remove and replace old core drilled tiles) Plus the gaudy red exterior facade.
Here’s an idea which will make Wes’s day/week: Tile your first floor. We have been getting a lot of requests for that. Wes sent us photos of this one he’s doing in Lyons Ohio. Notice the flatness, the unfaceted reflection from the window. Nice work. He’s wrapping up this one for Todd Keefer Construction this week.
Adrian sends us these photos of white marble showers he’s doing in Hilton Head area, South Carolina. The stone is very good quality, as is the workmanship. Look to the reflections from tile to tile. Little to no refraction, that faceted look. Instead the reflections appear to all be on the same plane. Clean, shiny, very nice.
“Chicago” Eddie sends us photos of a Walmart remodel in Brazil, Indiana. With a 1/16″ joint and epoxy grout, perparation is key. Below you will see how Eddie tackles the prep and the low angle view proving his results are worth the effort. Commercial doesn’t have to mean sloppy unprofessional. Not when Eddie and the Mosaic crew have anything to say about it.
Fred sent us these photos of the tile back splash he just completed. These are 3×6 white subway tiles as you would find at the box store. Laid in a herringbone fashion gives it a nice upgrade from simple stack or running bond; (stack bond = tile setter layout) (running bond = brick layer layout).
Home Owner comment, ” Your work looks amazing! Thanks so much!”
Fred’s humble reply, ” My pleasure; thank you so much for allowing us to do this work in your beautiful home; by the way, your kids have great manners-good job Mom&Dad. Take care.”
Fred sent us these photos of an interesting shower he is doing in Ottawa Hills. He is collaborating with Tom from Timberline Builders. Fred did the pan and the waterproofing. Tom will finish up. We can count on Tom to send us progress photos of his work. Can’t wait.