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Avaire Archive 06-17-2009 09:21 AM

Installing Avaire around toilet bowl
 
Author: Rey
Date: 9/11/2007 12:22 am EDT
First of all, I saw your product in our local home depot here in Edmonton, Alberta while window shopping for a tiles for my upcoming bathroom flooring upgrading project. I've browsed your website and found your email.
I have a 5 years old home with bathrooms with vinyl flooring. I want to do a makeover of all my bathroom flooring and think that your avaire tiles is the answer for my renovation. But I have two questions to ask from you first before I begin,
1.) Avaire tiles are floating tiles, what should I do with my existing toilet bowl, do I have to remove it and install on top of the avaire tiles or should I install avaire tiles around without removing the existing toilet bowl?
2.) What should I do with the edge that transition to a bathtub? Does your flexible grout sticks to a fiberglass bathtubs?

Avaire Archive 06-17-2009 09:22 AM

RE: Installing Avaire around toilet bowl
 
Author: Andrew Hilden
Date: 1/28/2008 4:20 pm EDT
I'm interested in the answers to these questions as well. Can you install the toilet right ontop of the avaire?

Avaire Archive 06-17-2009 09:23 AM

RE: Installing Avaire around toilet bowl
 
Author: Joe Fuller
Date: 1/29/2008 6:23 pm EDT
Yes we recommend you set the toilet on top the Avaire tile.

Avaire Archive 06-17-2009 09:23 AM

RE: Installing Avaire around toilet bowl
 
Author: Carol
Date: 2/17/2008 7:23 pm EDT
Is the supplied grout used at the tub front or do I need a caulk for bathroom use use? With ceramic tile I used a caulk product.

Avaire Archive 06-17-2009 09:23 AM

RE: Installing Avaire around toilet bowl
 
Author: Jonathan
Date: 2/17/2008 7:45 pm EDT
A caulk is recommended between the tile and the tub/shower front.


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