We bought this tile on a clearance sale. After it sat around for about a year we finally got around to installing it. Oh, and it turned out that every piece was 1/8 out of square in the 12 inches. And as with most slate tile the thickness varied by almost a 1/4 inch from the thickest to the thinnest pieces. But I tackled it, and think it looks pretty good. Haven't grouted it yet, but will be doing that soon!
AK has been a Certified Aging In Place Specialist for many, many years! In the past two months, remodeling for aging in place has seen a dramatic increase as people feel enabled to make
the commitment to their future comfort and safety in their existing home!
The AJC reported this weekend on the up-swing of homes being fitted to meet the demands of aging: http://bit.ly/MYQ6vg Do you have any accessible or universal design adaptions in your home? These modifications can be as simple as a faucet that does not require grasping (to assist with messy or arthritic hands) or as complex as an addition to a home, or baths designed to be completely accessible and usable for people of all abilities!