Questions about: tiling

27 by J. Roger Baker hen he found the first one, Simon didn't tell anybody. He tucked it away in the pocket of his dark grey overall suit and joined the other children who were drawing maps in the sand
Epoxy stone flooring is a good option for covering a damaged floor, for replacing an existing floor, or as a brand new floor, especially in an area that tends to be flooded. An epoxy stone floor can take on a wide range of looks, letting you create j
Ron is making sense here. I've hung a lot of doors on the job, and i've encountered this problem, usually has to do with one jamb being out of line/out of plumb to the other, racking the door. As this is a pre-hung door the LAST thing I would do is f
Most electric receptacles are installed into the box with long screws that have a special backing washer. The washer is there to hold out the receptacle, so you can loosen the screws until your receptacle is flush with the outer surface of the wall.
I think you have to talk to your tile guy and find out exactly what he is doing. I will assume you were talking about caulking the side of the tub and not the 2" gap? USG sells dry wall for damp locations and if it was properly sealed it wasn't an is
The efflorescence is just a bit of salts that precipitated at the surface of the grout. Stop wire brushing it and wash it with a scrub brush, with a dilute solution of muriatic acid and warm water, that should take care of the problem. Next time use
The roof of your house is the first line of defense against the weather. It is there to protect your home from rain, snow, wind and hail. A well-constructed roof will do this job with aplomb and your home will remain watertight and safe from the elem
if we are safe in assuming you are correct in making sure the runout on the floor is within standards used for the tiles, subfloor and mortar you are using. then unfortunately, you are using too small of a notch on too big of a tile. i say assume bec
One of our friends asks for some help with a bathroom repair that went bad. It seems that a fitting in their second floor bathroom was leaking so they turned the water off at the valve and removed the toilet. At that point they decided to replace the
The entire of my bathroom is covered in artex and I'm planning on tiling over all of this—the entire room, not just the bath/shower area. The texture of the artex is very slight and 90% is only =< 1mm. A few areas are about 2mm but no more than th