07:23PM | 05/06/01
Member Since: 05/05/01
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well we have been in our house for 2 years. the 1st year we noticed trouble in our master bath. the shower door leaked water out, and because the bathroom was carpeted, we didn't realize the damage being done until it was to late. we have removed the carpet and replaced a section of damaged subfloor. the shower is gone(we will be replacing that), but now we want to install moistureresistant drywall,( there was none) and tile on the floor. HOWEVER- we are very new at this, and can't really afford to have it professionally done. The subfloor is now uneven, and the toilet, cabinets and garden tub are still in the bathroom. HELP! where do we go from here. does everything have to come out? Should we have even started this. We love the idea of ceramic tile, but is it going to work?!?!


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