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concrete under tiles on second floor?

Posted by ikea_gw (My Page) on
Wed, Jun 19, 13 at 11:44

Our contractor demoed the bathrooms on the second floor of our house and found 2 layers of floor tiles. This was not a surprise but I was a bit surprised to see 2 inches of concrete with some kind of wire backing underneath the tiles. House was built in 1960. Right now they are working on getting down to the studs because we have major plumbing changes. Anyone seen this before?


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RE: concrete under tiles on second floor?

Its a mud bed and it was a typical and very solid way of installing tile--it's pretty much been replaced with cement board.


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RE: concrete under tiles on second floor?

You were surprised or the contractor was surprised? If it were he that was surprised I would be a little worried!


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RE: concrete under tiles on second floor?

I was surprised. The contractor knew what it was.


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RE: concrete under tiles on second floor?

That's good!!


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