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Shower Floor Tiles

Posted by Josefek on July 7th, 1999 02:55 PM

Here's my situation; my fiance was attempting to regrout the
tiles on the floor our shower and wound up knocking a ton of them loose.
She decided to pull up the remainder of the tiles (on the floor only) because
she had the idea of replacing them with ones of a rougher surface (for safer traction).
The pan and the cement mixture atop it are unharmed. She called a 'tile guy' who insisted
they would have to pull out the cement and pan, replace it all, and retile both the floor and
approximately 1 foot up on each wall of the shower (keep in mind this person hasn't even seen our
shower). All for a hefty fee. I'm finding it hard to believe all this is necessary. If the pan and
concrete are unharmed, can't I simply go in with new tile and thinset and relay it all?
Any assistance is greatly appreciated! I'm flabbergasted...

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