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Usually those shelves are mounted to the wall structure behind the tiles, most often into one or two studs. You need to find the studs and then drill into them for proper support. While you should get the contractor back to sort poor work, I would hesitate as they may not know any better... Often those shelves are mounted first then the tiles are cut to ...


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I cannot imagine how any "glue" that would hold those. But then again, you may want to inquire your local big box or hardware store and ask. Gluing right directly to polished to polished ceramic / porcelain tiles doesn't seem feasible as a practice. I would imagine if that there WAS a way to glue these like this, the surface to surface would have to be ...


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Assuming that: the screws are at least 1/4" in diameter they penetrate at least 1" into the stud the timber ends up snug to the drywall ... this should work fine. The key is that installation leaves the timbers with no gap to the drywall that would allow movement. If there's room for movement, the drywall will eventually be damaged and the screws could ...


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