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Many people face the dilemma of living at home during the remodeling process or moving out all together.
In our experience, very few people need to, or choose to, move out completely. In fact, being out of your home can be more stressful than living in it during the remodeling process. The good news is that even the most extensive bathroom remodeling can generaly allow for replacing the toilet at the end of each workday. You may have to settle for a night of limited plumbing in the designated area.
Tile DIY Info:
- Start in the center of the room
- Spread a 1/4th inch coat of adhesive over a small area using the flat side of the v-notched trowel, and then use the notched side to comb the adhesive.
- Lay the tile just like you did in the dry run.
- Maintain uniform spacing. Work towards a wall, placing the tile firmly into the adhesive whenever possible. Make sure you have good contact between the tile and adhesive by thumping each one with a rubber mallet.
Glazed vs. unglazed - Impervious to water, grease and stains, glazed tile is best for countertops and glazed tile is also used on floors, although it can be slippery. Unless you're committed to having the flat finish surface that only unglazed tiles can provide, stick with a glazed Matte.
You can expert lots of cutting to work around pipes, fixtures, cabinets and so on. So use the right tools. Be patient and careful.
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