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  1. Kimbo_g

    Installing Sterling Ensemble tub - mortar bed

    @Terry , Is this good to use?
  2. Kimbo_g

    Installing Sterling Ensemble tub - mortar bed

    Unfortunately this one didn't have the pad, plus the floor does slope a bit. Leaving some space makes sense since the mortar will need a place to go when the tub is pushed in. In my head I wasn't taking the 'squish factor' into account and thinking more like setting something in concrete...
  3. Kimbo_g

    Installing Sterling Ensemble tub - mortar bed

    The floor is about 3/16" lower at the wall vs. the apron.
  4. Kimbo_g

    Installing Sterling Ensemble tub - mortar bed

    Hey there, Looking for some help/direction on mortar, specifically with the Sterling Ensemble tub. I was leaning towards expanding foam, based on a response I got somewhere else, but after researching more, it seems like the tried and true mortar base is the best option, and what the...
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