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I have a home built in 1998 that had a carpeted basement (with kitchen and cabinets atop the carpet). The plan is to replace this with porcelain tile. In the concrete subfloor is a hydronic heating system
I have a built-in dishwasher, just below a kitchen worksurface made of Melamine Faced Chipboard. Steam released when opening the dishwasher at the end of a cycle has started to cause the chipboard to delaminate. There is an aluminium protection strip
Concrete provides one of the most stable working platforms in the world and is the preferred foundation layer for a ceramic or porcelain tile installation. The cemintitious thinset mortar used with porcelain tile installations is merely modified conc
Joe, sorry to use the "answer" function again instead of adding another comment, I wanted to attach more pictures. The tile I used was not available with a bullnose so I finished it flat on the sidewall. The edge cant be seen normally so I did not sp
This can be a tough problem to work out in a situation like this. Particularly if you are trying to run the same type and size of molding from one floor area through to the other. What I have done in instances where the height changes are small is to
My question is how should I go about laying tile over this? I have the 3/4" wood floor to tie into so I don't want to go too crazy with additional underlayment. From some initial research, it seems my best option might be to go with a layer of 1/2" p
Before laying tile or installing a tile underlayment like Schluter DITRA, it’s important to check the subfloor to ensure a flat, even surface. At its worst, a very uneven floor will result in broken or loose tiles and cracked grout joints. Slightly u
By Bruce W. Maki, Editor This article explains the procedure of installing floor tile in a simple room, in this case a closet. In our old house remodeling project we earlier laid marble tiles on the floor in two bathrooms
Devoloped by James Hardie, Hardie board is a siding made of fiber cement. Cement is combined with sand, water and cellulose wood.