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  1. Tiling, ceramics, marble
    When we bought our house the basement bathroom was not to code, so we hired someone to fix it by moving some walls and enlarging it. It's still pretty small, but the issue is that half of the floor is tiled. I'm trying to figure out what to do now. I could rip out the existing tile and retile...
  2. Tiling, ceramics, marble
    Hey. I am currently renting a house with two other people. Generally we keep the house in good shape and keep it clean. Over a period of time the bathroom floor next to our shower and toilet gradually began to deteriorate. We have just used the shower and bathroom regularly and when we noticed...
  3. Tiling, ceramics, marble
    Replacing existing 12x12 porcelain tiles with 12x12 marble. Was expecting to use cement board under the marble but after ripping off the old tile, I discovered that the tile had been layed on top of an old brick tiled floor. Now this is an old San Francisco building. And if I rip out the brick...
  4. Tiling, ceramics, marble
    The floor of my house consists of 2x8 Doug Fir Tongue and Groove w 4ft span. It is pretty stout. I want to re-tile my bathroom floor, and would like to use the Kerdi waterproofing membrane. Based on the research I have done it sems like I am going to need a lot of layers (too many?). Here...
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