How To: Remodel Bathroom 14

Installing the backer board for the tile.


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Updated: December 18, 2013 — 6:54 pm


  1. How hot was it in that Attic?? Good lookin work there!! Keep it up!!! 5*s

  2. I can only guese but it feels like at least a 110! I lost 5 pounds up
    there!!! LOL

  3. Nice man, tiles the way to go. Just think of all the cash you’re saving for
    future hunts by doing it yourself.

  4. You can save loads!!! Get an $8000 dollar remodel for $2000!!!


    got it coming along nicely,cool that your putting tile up on the
    ceiling.doing a good job

  6. Hey thanks!!! I may go back and tile the master ceiling when I’m done!!!


    dang it boy,get after it…lol

  8. “do it, do it right”, you got that right. you’ll definately have piece of
    mind knowing it’ll last a while. good work D!

  9. you’re right there!!!

  10. Do you run your backerboard over the lip of the tub or do you stop at the
    top of the lip? If I were to run it over the lip there would be a slip bow
    in the board as it goes over the lip and meets the tub. Would you then just
    add some more thinset to compensate for the space if I were to stop at the
    top of the lip? Great work, nice videos, very helpful.

  11. Run the backer board down. I’ve seen at work where they stop at the top and
    float the tile down. Why they do this I don’t know. It would leave just a
    bead of caulk to hold back the water. Just run the tile down with the mud
    floated regular. At the bow, float it thinner. Thats what I did. After I
    got the tile done, I notices a huge bow at the corner by the faucets. It
    may show on film. Look for it. My tub lip was smaller than the opening by a
    1/4″. Remeber. I’m no pro. I do this for myself only.

  12. thanks for putting this together…i’ve learned alot from your video! great
    work very nice bathroom

  13. Thanks you! Glad it helps. I have one more vid to do if I can get of my
    lazy ass!

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