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03-06-16, 04:30 PM
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Posted By Packard1000

I'll look into that product, thanks cwbuff. ...

I'll look into that product, thanks cwbuff.

czizzi, if I went your route, poured a thickset mortar and used a screed to get it where I needed it, what type of product would I want to use?
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03-06-16, 09:15 AM
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Posted By Packard1000

The floors are hardwood around the hearth. The...

The floors are hardwood around the hearth. The height between the existing concrete and the surrounding floors varies from about 1.5" to 2".

So I guess whatever I do, if I want the tile to be...
03-05-16, 08:26 AM
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Posted By Packard1000

I didn't mean to sound impatient. I understand...

I didn't mean to sound impatient. I understand everybody is a volunteer, and I love this site. I was just kidding around. Honestly I've sat and stared at this thing myself for awhile, and I can't...
03-04-16, 06:45 PM
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Posted By Packard1000

Uh oh, no replies. Is what I'm proposing...

Uh oh, no replies.

Is what I'm proposing that ugly? Or just boneheaded :)
02-27-16, 12:43 PM
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Posted By Packard1000

Fireplace hearth tile

I've got an old fireplace, and the hearth in terrible shape. I pulled up what looked partially like tile and partially like patio pavers. They were about an inch thick, and inbedded in sand. Beneath...
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Posted By Packard1000

I like your style Pulpo If I can find a 14"...

I like your style Pulpo

If I can find a 14" I like, I'll go with it.
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Posted By Packard1000

Right on. I think #3 is out. Too much...

Right on.

I think #3 is out. Too much messing around.

Do you guys prefer #2 based on aesthetics, keeping the wall of the bathroom smooth?

I did some quick searching and looks like 14"...
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Posted By Packard1000

Toilet flange vs joist

Moving a toilet in a remodeled bathroom. There is a floor joist right where I would like to drop the toilet flange. Offset flange is still 1/2 to close. Curious what everybody thinks would be the...
12-31-15, 10:53 AM
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Posted By Packard1000

Thanks for the help so far. Just a couple...

Thanks for the help so far.

Just a couple things: czizi, the ceiling on the other side of the wall, as well as the wall itself, is drywall. Somebody prior to me removed the plaster and hung...
12-30-15, 10:22 PM
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Posted By Packard1000

Wall between and parallel to ceiling joists

My house is old, and lots of work was done to it over the years.

I'm making some changes to a room and pulled the drywall off the ceiling and one of the walls. The wall is not load bearing, but...
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