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Old 05-14-2010, 10:31 AM   #1
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Concrete bathroom floor


I am planning to concrete my bathroom floor over wooden sub floor. I have seen stamped, stained concrete floors that interest me. I wish also to install an electrical heating wire underneath or with in the concrete. The area to be poured is approx. 8'x8', basically a shower stall requiring a drain, utilizing an existing tub drain. I would like to know what is needed to accomplish this project?

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You want to install electric het in a shower floor?

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