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Is Schluter Worth It? Peace of Mind With Waterproof Showers


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Ken's Quick Answer:

From waterproof wall panels to leakproof shower pans, Schluter makes sure your shower doesn’t dribble. The next time you have a tile job—ask for Schluter!

Ken's In-Depth Answer:

Ahhh, Schluter, Schluter, Schluter. Schluter is making sure that your shower doesn't leak all over the place. You can get pieces to cover every part of a shower and make it totally waterproof.

Whether you're looking for Kerdi board panels for the wall, for the curb, or specialty tape to seal the edges, Schluter has all the products that you could need for your bathroom project. Best of all, you can get a completely waterproof shower pan. No more worrying about copper pans or trusting your installer to pour a pan.

It's worth paying a little extra for a Schluter kit that's going to give you peace of mind that your shower is going to be waterproofed properly.

Schluter is the name you want to remember when preparing for your new tile job. If you have any questions about Schluter or your next bathroom renovation, don't hesitate to give us a call at 401-214-0285 or visit our showroom. We serve customers throughout Rhode Island and southeastern New England, including Newport, Middletown, Jamestown, Portsmouth, Bristol and more.

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About Ken: Ken Fain is the co-owner of Island Carpet in Middletown, RI and a floorcovering veteran of more than 40 years. His popular 'Ask Ken' video series answers common flooring questions on a variety of topics. It has reached more than 100,000 viewers on both YouTube and Facebook.


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