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  1. pre-sloping subfloor without mortar proposal

    Hello! I am doing a bathroom remodel and need a 3/4" slope from the shower edge to the trench drain along the wall. I am considering making "wedges" from ripped 2 x 4s that would run from 1/4" at one end to 1" at the other end to make the slope. I would put about one ripped 2 x 4 piece...
  2. Has anyone used the Toilet Flange Tile guide yet?

    Tiling, ceramics, marble
    Ok so I have to tile my bathroom floor. The wax ring has been leaking and it ruined my sub-floor. I definitely don't want that happening again :furious::no: so I see this product online and wondered if anybody has used it. It claims to protect the sub-floor from future disaster AND I don't...
  3. Please advise on this floor repair plan (with some ancillary issues)

    I am about to do the flooring and drywall for a bathroom for the area shown in the pic. Please let me know if I am approaching this correctly. I have listed the things I am going to do in the sequence I plan to do them and I sometimes ask specific questions. I am in Michigan. The bathroom is...
  4. weight of a concrete floor

    Concrete, Stone & Masonry
    I would like to pour a concrete floor in my second-floor bathroom. It's a small bathroom, but I want to be sure I won't be adding too much weight to the floor by doing this, and compromising the structural integrity of my house. I'm planning on a thickness of about 1/4-1/2 inch. Anyone have any...
  5. Leveling a floor across original exterior wall

    I am redoing the floor in a bathroom. This bathroom was expanded into an addition on the back of our house. When I pulled up the old tile, I exposed the original brick house wall sunk at a depth of 3/4" between the plywood subfloors - see attached floor.jpg image. The original builder had just...