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Question DetailsAsked on 10/22/2014

How much to remove and install porcelain tile in 30 sf bathroom floor

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Here are a couple of prior responses to similar questions that should help you - more in the Home > Ceramic Tile link in Browse Projects, at lower left.


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Answered 5 years ago by LCD

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One thing I forgot to mention - since you said 30 SF, that is really small - so regardless of typical square foot price, likely to be about $300-350 minimum charge, assuming no repair needed to subfloor plywood (or heavens forbid, particle board).

Answered 5 years ago by LCD

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while you are at it, you may wish to consider installing an electric heated floor. materials will only run $200 or so. We did this in both our bathrooms and love it.


It's pretty easy to do. I did everything myself except the actual tile work. Just a dedicated 15 amp line, heating mat (we used thermosoft) and a thermostat w/ built-in gfi (or use gfi breaker). Oh ... and get a backup sensor wire, just in case. the thermostat will come with one of them.


Technically, you can install it in the thinset but I prefer to encase the heating wires in self-leveling cement - which protects the wires and provides a perfectly FLAT surface for tile work.


Good luck!


J.

Answered 5 years ago by Jefferson




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