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 The shower floor in our "wet room" style bathroom is not sloped enough so water leaks out. HELP?

Answer Yes you can build a dam of sorts to keep water from going out the door. You might find some ceramic tile strips what would work. Glue them down with Thin set or even epoxy and seal any cracks wit... Read More »
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Can you tile a second floor bathroom shower?

On One Hand: Tile a Second Floor Bathroom ShowerCeramic tile showers are water repellent rather than waterproof. Beneath the title is about 2 inches of mortar. That mortar becomes saturated with wa... Read More »
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How to Lay Ceramic Floor Tile on a Sloped Floor Drain?

When you're tiling a floor with a drain in it (whether it's a shower floor, utility room or other setting) you should first lay out the tile grid as if there isn't a drain there. That way, you can ... Read More »
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What would cause low water pressure in shower and master bed room sink and outside water faucet !?

If it is recent and your city water contains lots of calcium carbonate, you could have a cc buildup in your water heater. There are services which will clear that up for you.If it is a permanent co... Read More »
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Hot water heating, in-line: We have our well water pressure tank in the back room. PVC pipes run under floor.?

I am guessing you are somewhere in the southwestern US - although quite a few other places have both snakes and scorpions. If you have access to propane the most efficient water heater you can get ... Read More »
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