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I want a custom tile for my shower instead of a one-piece unit, but I'm concerned about it leaking. How is this accomplished?
Ceramic and stone tiles are durable and easy to maintain making them the ideal surface coverings in showers and bathtubs. However, tiled showers have always been a considerable challenge to installers. The process of placing the mortar bed, sloping, curing, and laying the pan liner to the clamping ring in the sub-drain, and then seaming and fitting corners, was time consuming and labor intensive. The Schluter Kerdi System includes drains and bondable waterproof membranes developed to incorporate all of these steps into a bonded watertight assembly. The system is maintenance-free, dramatically reduces installation time, and eliminates the risk of water penetration, controlling moisture and mold growth.

So, if you need a non-curbed, easy-entry shower or a custom-tiled shower with a curb, the Schluter Kerdi System is the way to go for a complete watertight custom shower and bathing area.

Here are some things to remember:
- Recessed soap dishes and shower seats are easily incorporated into the Schluter Kerdi system.
- Non-curbed showers are easily handicap accessible.
- As with any shower system, professional installation is recommended.
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