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  1. Kitchen & Bath Remodeling
    Looking for a bit of help. This is my sub floor layout I have this exposed. I am trying to figure out the my options. Kerdi pan 1 1/4 in thick at the edges. Wedi pan 1 1/2 thick at the edges. *Both brands are saying min. subfloor thickness is 3/4 * If I use Kerdi: 2 1/8 - 1 1/4 = 7/8" - 3/4"...
  2. Flooring
    Looking for a bit of help. (n)(y):poop: 1. Can I use Ditra Heat matt over top of a Wedi shower pan? 2. If I have a sub floor difference between the curb less shower floor and restroom floor of 1/8" do you think this is something that I should be concerned about or will the tile make up the...
  3. Kitchen & Bath Remodeling
    So I have the space shown framed, rocked and finished on the outside walls. (The interior walls of rooms next.) The entry to this bathroom is from the master bedroom. Where I did not frame a closet. I decided to have the closet in the master bathroom.... I have rebuilt this entire house with...
  4. Building & Construction
    I've got an issue I'm trying to get around. As I'm getting ready to tile I realize that with the required thickness and slope that a mortar bed require I'm going to have to either: 1 - create a boarder and leave the main floor lowered/recessed 2 - raise the rest of the floor just shy of 2"...
  5. Tiling, ceramics, marble
    Anyone use Kerdi a few times willing to be my online resource to the curb less shower install?
  6. Plumbing
    Here we go..... This is my first bathroom from start to finish that will be 100% new. I have replaced tubs, shower, toilets etc. but have never done anything like this kerdi system I am wanting. I've seen many pictures of master bathrooms that have the free standing soaker tub in the bathroom...
  7. Kitchen & Bath Remodeling
    Curbless shower: draining problem We have underfloor heating in the bathroom including the shower area. The linear drain is at a right angel to the shower fixtures and parallel to a planned glass panel that will separate the shower from the bathroom cabinets. The Shower floor slopes slightly...
  8. Kitchen & Bath Remodeling
    Curbless shower: draining problem We have underfloor heating in the bathroom including the shower area. The linear drain is at a right angel to to shower fixtures and parallel to planed a glass panel that separates the shower from the bathroom The Shower floor tilts slightly toward the wall...
  9. Flooring
    Our house was remodeled by builder/seller just prior to our purchase in 2003. Bathroom has a curbless shower. We've just realized that membrane has been laying flat on the floor. The tile above it slopes up as we walk in then down toward the drain. So the water has been spilling out under the...
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