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Old 09-25-2016, 07:21 PM   #41
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what is the product on the plywood, prior to the travertine being set?
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what is the product on the plywood, prior to the travertine being set?
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The travertine is only over the Paverdeck. There is a geotech fabric between the metal and the stone.

Where you see plywood it is either fiberglass or metal roofing.
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Some real progress. Just waiting on screens and a few punch list items.





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On to punch list, caulking and touch-ups.....Finally. There a couple cases of Quad with my name on them.








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