|Posted by Tom on March 13, 19101 at 12:10:30:|
I have a ceramic tiled shower with an aggregate (terrazzo ?) stone floor. The house is about 24 years old and due to settling one side of the shower puddles water, and there is a slow leak to the subfloor.
After a good cleaning and inspection with a strong light, I noticed the stone floor has a crack on the low side, running along the upward curved edge.
Since the ceramic is in good shape, how can I fix this without tearing out the floor ?
I was thinking about keeping the stone floor in place, leveling it with a mortar base, and then putting in ceramic over that.
Is that reasonable or are there better ways ?
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