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New radiant heating element is resistant to water and chemicals.

New radiant heating element is resistant to water and chemicals.

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Mark E Quick-Pitch Shower Floor Standard Kit -- 6 Standard 36" Float Sticks and Center Ring. The Quick Pitch Float Stick System for easy construction of shower floors. Eliminates the need for measurements or levels to achieve a properly sloped shower floor. Includes 6 Standard Float Sticks, 1 Standard Center Ring.

Mark E Quick-Pitch Shower Floor Standard Kit -- 6 Standard 36" Float Sticks and Center Ring. The Quick Pitch Float Stick System for easy construction of shower floors. Eliminates the need for measurements or levels to achieve a properly sloped shower floor. Includes 6 Standard Float Sticks, 1 Standard Center Ring.

The only sure way to keep water from reaching the backer board is to waterproof all areas that may be exposed to water. That's easy with the new waterproofing coatings (RedGuard is one brand). If you're in doubt about potential water problems, coat the area with waterproofing. Follow the application instructions on the container. You can apply it with an inexpensive paint pad, which allows you to quickly spread a thick, even layer. You can also use a brush or roller.

The only sure way to keep water from reaching the backer board is to waterproof all areas that may be exposed to water. That's easy with the new waterproofing coatings (RedGuard is one brand). If you're in doubt about potential water problems, coat the area with waterproofing. Follow the application instructions on the container. You can apply it with an inexpensive paint pad, which allows you to quickly spread a thick, even layer. You can also use a brush or roller.

Considering radiant heat for your home? Selecting which type isn't quite comparing apples to apples. Learn the difference between hydronic, film and plastic and which one is right for you.

Considering radiant heat for your home? Selecting which type isn't quite comparing apples to apples. Learn the difference between hydronic, film and plastic and which one is right for you.

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