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2008 Alternatives for Installing Ceramic Tiles - House Interior - Floors
 
2008 Alternatives for Installing Ceramic Tiles - House Interior - Floors -

Image Text: A: tile > 1-1/4 inch mortar bed > conventional subfloor > floor joist > B: 1/4 inch underlay > tile > 3/4 inch plywood subfloor > floor joist > C: tile > double layer of 5/8 inch plywood or wafer board > floor joist > D: tile > 2x2 blocking at 8 inch centers (for joists spaced 16 inches on center) > conventional subfloor > floor joist > E: thinset - 1/4 inch to 1/2 inch reinforced (wire mesh) mortar bed > tile > two sets of diagonal bridging for each joist paid > conventional 5/8 inch subfloor

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INTERIOR

Floors, Walls, Ceilings, Trim, Counters and Cabinets, Stairs, Windows, Skylights and Solariums, Doors, Wet Basements and Crawlspaces

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