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Old 06-22-2012, 02:21 PM   #15
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I don't know about all that, but I have a link to a VERY detailed video about the Entegra, and one of the points covered is the structural differences that allow them to use tile in places it could not normally be used on an RV. I think you would enjoy the info they give. http://www.orlandorvdirect.com/index...8/Orlando%20RV

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good vid. They are killer. As it was explained on the phone that they are tiling the shower floor as well. Looks like a stone base there so that's better. As for the walls, it would cost them an extra 200 bux to prep them with waterproofing before tiling them. It's just added protection
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Old 06-22-2012, 02:38 PM   #17
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Todd, I do not know what you know, how many $400,000+ coaches have you built? Likely you have not built or designed or engineered nearly as many as Entegra and believe it or not, my money is on Entegra with the attention to detail and quality, not to mention customer service that they have consistently demonstrated that they have addressed and solved the problems with putting tile in a shower. Tile has been put in motorhome showers for years with no problems.
I agree, this is another reason why the jayco and Entegra forums should be separated.
I don't need to build coaches to understand the physics laws of general movement, deflection in a house structure or a structure that recieves tile. I was wondering their shower procedures so I called and asked, that's all (maybe it helped some that may want them to add waterproofing to the walls). I've worked in 100k homes and million dollar homes so its all the same to me
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Jayco owns Entegra and I'm a Jayco customer 3x and I like all of their products. I think the Entegra is awesome so why can't I participate? (moderator edit)
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OK folks. I have edited or deleted several posts which contained personal attacks. Let's get back to the topic at hand. Questions were posed and answered concerning how tile can be used in the shower of a coach so let's move on.

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I know... just checkin to make sure you're payin attention Others have made the comment about the separation of brands and quite frankly, it doesn't make sense
I'm all about peace but sometimes the pot needs stirred
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We were sure Tiffin was the best, but then found Entegra Aspire to compare. Now proud owners of a 2012 Aspire.
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