Self-leveling cement was poured over the wiring of the in-floor heat system to level the floor. Then Schluter-DITRA was layed down in preparation for the tile.
Usually under tile, two layers of 5/8″ plywood subfloor is necessary for the proper rigidity to prevent cracking. Yet this would have made the bathroom floor much higher than the hallway floor. The Schluter-DITRA grid system is only 3/16″ thick and replaces one of the layers of plywood.
For a bathroom reno, putting an electrical in-floor heat system under the tile adds an extra luxurious touch. The only trick is making sure you have the sensor and thermostat installed correctly. Continue reading Electrical In-Floor Heat Wiring
Once the paint is done and the flooring is installed, the renovated rooms begin to look more like the vision of the homeowner. Attention to detail when cutting and laying the carpet makes a huge difference in making the room look professionally finished. Continue reading Basement in Edmonton – Paint & Carpet