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  1. Concrete, Stone & Masonry
    Hi everyone! I’m in the process of laying new floor in in my basement. After pulling up the carpet from the previous owner it became apparent from all the dips and unevenness of the cement floor underneath that I would need to use self leveler before installing my laminate. I primed the floor...
  2. Flooring
    Can i use Self Leveling cement (plus primer) over hardiebacker that has been cocered in redgard/waterproofing membrane? Or do i have to use mortar (like for a shower)? I am trying to raise part of my kitchen floor where the old cabinets were and the new cabinets are going. It is about 20 sq...
  3. Tiling, ceramics, marble
    I am currently redoing the kitchen floor in my condo and laying 13x20 porcelain tile on the condo's second floor concrete slab. I purchased a 50lb bag of Custom Building self-leveling cement and a 50lb bag of Custom Building porcelain/large-tile mortar from Home Depot. Ideally i would like to...
  4. Flooring
    I have a joint between two sheets of cement board that forms a small ridge elevated maybe 1/8" relative to the centers of either board. I was wondering if extra thinset on both sides can be used to even it out or is it better to use self-leveling compound beforehand. I am using expensive...
  5. Flooring
    Hello all. currently on a basement remodeling project at home. have finished the demo and sealing the foundation walls with drylok. I've decided to take on the task of tiling myself. I've removed the old linoleum tiles that were on the floor and the concrete below it is in good shape. There...
  6. Flooring
    So I just bought my first house and want to replace ALL flooring before I move in. Its about 950 sq ft altogether. Problem is there are different levels in almost every room. Some are original subfloors some are from an addition. Some were carpet some vinyl. Im wondering if using self...
  7. Flooring
    Hi all, My name is Tom. I am new here. I am in process of flooring an adjoining half bath and laundry room. I will be putting in 13 x 13 ceramic tile when all is said and done. My predicament lies in the unlevel floor in the laundry room. The bottom of the floor is not exposed as it was...
  8. Remodeling
    Hi, My kitchen floor is on a slant. The flooring slopes about 2 inches from one side of the kitchen to the other as does the ceiling. The house is over a hundred years ago so my guess is the foundation sunk some. I've had my house inspected and they said that it wasn't anything structurally we...
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