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We’re converting our garage into a kitchen ourselves. Its a solid 1930′s building with a reasonably good concrete slab floor. I’ve heard I can put insulation on top and then screed and tile – anyone got any knowledge of this method? Thanks.


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  1. TheDoctor says:

    Hi,

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