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  1. Kitchen & Bath Remodeling
    I just started a tile project in my kitchen and missed a step. First, let me tell you what I've done. 1.) ripped out old flooring to slat sub-floor (house built in 1958 so has diagonal slats as base sub-floor) 2.) Installed 19/32 plywood by screwing down in 6"x6" squared pattern. 3.) Stapled...
  2. Tiling, ceramics, marble
    Hi folks, As the disclaimer in the topic title indicates, I'm new to the board as well as to DIY in general, so go easy on me, lol Anyway, I'm in the process of replacing tile in my kitchen and have removed the tiles. Doing so, however, has left large holes in the wall, especially around one...
  3. Flooring
    hello...i am trying to install a ceramic shower stall and ceramic floors on my bathroom. i demolitioned what i could so far and don't know what to do next with my subfloor. initially, i wanted to remove the plywood subfloor and replace them with new plywood because they show some water damage...
  4. Building & Construction
    I live in Tampa but not in an evacuation zone, so flooding (including run-off) is not a concern. If a hurricane comes, I'll hunker down at home. My home is reinforced cinderblock built to 1999 code, and I feel relatively safe here. But there is no interior room or closet large enough for 12...
  5. Building & Construction
    I live in Phoenix and my house has a stucco and wire mesh finish. I"m installing a AC Unit in my garage wall. Any advice on how to go about cutting the hole? I have a 7' grinder and cutoff wheels and a sawzall.
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