Josh Money: What kind of concrete or mud mix do I need to buy from home depot to build my shower floor?
Tools 4 Flooring: Yes, definitely. You would need the extensions also for this scenario. You can view a printable instruction sheet for using the Quick Pitch system with a linear drain at our website (link below video) - At the bottom of the site, click Installation Guides, and then select "Linear Drain with Noble TS Sheet Water Proofing Membrane" under the Shower Installation section. We are always here to help if you have any questions.
JohnyTechReview: if i want to do a linear drain (drain to one side of wall) will this system work ok? or do you guys have another solution for pitching this.
William Miller: thanks for all your help.....
Tools 4 Flooring: Yes, the first thing you want to do is make sure that the sub-floor is level. If not, you want to use a leveling compound first.
William Miller: ok..thanks. I plan on ordering the pre-pitch and quick-pitch from you tomorrow. The concrete floor is not entirely level around the drain, so I'm thinking that I need to level it out also? even before doing the pre-pitch. You know how concrete finisher usually don't give much thought around the drains..
Tools 4 Flooring: You want 5 parts sand to 1 part cement typically. I believe you can buy the quickcrete solution preblended at most hardware stores - home depot, etc. - it is commonly referred to as shower mud or quikcrete floor mud.
William Miller: Which quickcrete solution is best for mud floor?
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