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Unread 09-19-2012, 01:45 PM   #2
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Welcome, Dave.

1. I dunno, depends upon what you intend to do with the result.

2. See #5.

3. We've helped lots of first-timers build Kerdi showers. You might also wanna look into the traditional method as depicted in the Shower Construction section of our Liberry.

4. Depends upon whether the wall below is actually a support wall. Some photos might help, but it's really something you're gonna need to determine on site.

5. Above you said you'd demolished the floor down to the joists, but now you have patched, damaged, partially unsupported half-inch plywood. Exposed joists would be a better place for you to start. What is it that you currently have?

As in number 1 above, we need to know what is your intent for the finish of this floor to best help you decide what you need for subflooring. And we need to know if you need to raise the floor for your intended purpose.

Give more hints and keep all your project questions on this thread. Attaching some photos using the paper-clip icon above the Reply dialog box frequently helps.

My opinion; worth price charged.

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