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Old 05-18-2010, 11:39 PM   #1
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Bathroom Floor


I'm remodeling my master bath. I've installed a new shower base and am in the process of installing ceramic wall tile. My question is the floor. I'm on a concrete slab and the concrete floor is cracked. About ten years ago I installed a vinyl floor over the cracks and to date there has been no cracks or movement of the vinyl. Now I'm going to install ceramic and I don't want to have it crack in a few years.

What are my options???

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