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concrete/bathroom advice needed

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My builder is working in the bathroom and is due to start the floor in the next couple of weeks. He wants to put a thin layer of concrete in on top of a screed to tile. The room is 6Sq metre. I am loo… Read More
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8m, 1w agoPosted 8 months, 1 week ago
My builder is working in the bathroom and is due to start the floor in the next couple of weeks. He wants to put a thin layer of concrete in on top of a screed to tile. The room is 6Sq metre. I am looking at buying a screed and would love suggestions on this but more importantly I need help with the concrete. My Polish builder is a fan of weber 4160 floor fine rapid. I am trying to find an alternative as nowhere close sells this. I know it must be flexible but I'd really appreciate some of you educated people to help me please as I know nothing about this! Thank you
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8m, 1w agoPosted 8 months, 1 week ago
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I just used self leveling screed (mapei ultraplan) and tiled directly on top. I work for a tile supplier and the guys in the showroom said that would be perfect for tiling onto.

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Good level screeding should be enough. No need for concrete. If he needs to put something down further such as a self floor leveller then that wood be more than good enough of tiling
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I just used self leveling screed (mapei ultraplan) and tiled directly on top. I work for a tile supplier and the guys in the showroom said that would be perfect for tiling onto.
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If the existing floor is a wooden battens just use Hardibackers (cement boards)

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