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Unread 07-06-2007, 02:49 PM   #13
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Thanks for the caution, Mike. (You guys are just terrific.)

My reading, limited to this site and links therein, suggests that the Kerdi system and drain is the only practical way to go for someone like me, but that if I can stand the expense, I should be OK. (Any idea why that seemingly simple drain piece is so expensive?) I have thought about overflow, too, and figured I'd just use a second kerdi drain w/o the stopper function - not terribly attractive and little pricey - but I don't seen a ready alternative. Is there? I have carte blanch space, so I figure attaching an overflow at the outset should not be an issue (with sufficiently careful planning on placement). (Should it?)

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