How to install tile in a basement washroom floor on concrete like a pro! Start to finish



How to install tile in your basement washroom on concrete! From start to finish! All in one video! Links of most important tools used are all here in the description!
Starting with prep and clean, layout, mixing mortar, installing and grout!
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If you want to know which laser and tools that I use and where I get them from. Check out the links below! I really believe in everything in my list and I’m happy to share them with you! The links will provide you with more details, specs, pictures!

It’s a great laser to help you square off your floor and help you with laying out! This laser is great and not expensive.
Bosch GTL2 Laser Square
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Trowel I used because the owner wanted maximum contact but not a big height difference:
Goldblatt G02362 1/4″ by 3/8″ by 1/4″ Square Notch Trowel with Pro-Grip Handle
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Recommended Trowel for 12″ X 24″ Tile installation:
Goldblatt G02377 1/2″ by 1/2″ by 1/2″ Square Notch Trowel with Pro-Grip Handle
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Marshalltown QLT by 97 5-Inch by 2-Inch Margin Trowel with Wooden Handle
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My favourite mixing drill that I use for mixing mortars, concrete and drywall compound!
DEWALT DW130V 9 Amp 1/2-Inch Drill with Spade Handle
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Edward Tools Paddle Mixer 27” for 3/8” power drill – Industrial Paddle Mixer for paint, concrete, drywall compound and more – Speed Mixer concrete tool is ideal mixing tool for 5 gallon bucket
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DEWALT DCG412B 20-volt Max Li-Ion (Cut off tool), Cordless Grinder
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Blade for grinder by Pearl Abrasive P4 DIA45TT Turbo Mesh Blade for Porcelain and Granite 4-1/2 x .048 x 7/8, 20mm, 5/8
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QEP 10281Q 1/8-Inch Tile Spacers for Spacing of Floor or Wall Tiles, 1, 000-Piece
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Starrett RSA-24 Aluminum L-Shaped Professional Rafter/Framing Square, 24″ x 16″ Length
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Strait-Line 1932874 IRWIN Speedline Chalk Reel, 100′
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DEWALT 18/20 Volt Max Cordless Led Work Light
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STANLEY Fatmax Measuring Tape, 2-Pack, 25-Feet and 16-Feet
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WELLS LAMONT Heavy Duty PVC Coated Work Gloves, Liquid/Chemical Resistant, Cotton Lining, Large (Wells Lamont 174L), Blue, the orange ones are out of stock.
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M-D Building Products 49827 Gum Rubber Grout Float (PRO)
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QEP 70005Q-6D 7-1/2-Inch X 5-1/2-Inch X 2-Inch Grouting, Cleaning and Washing Sponge, X-Large, 6-Pack
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How to Remove Mould from ceiling in Brisbane



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This is a case study of how we do mould removal and ceiling mould treatment.
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In this property, mould was forming on the windows as well as the air conditioning unit. The ceiling void area had a very high airborne mould and surface count caused by no ventilation and high humidity. This created a contamination risk leaking into the bedrooms.

To remedy the situation, we first we had to set up containment barriers as well as HEPA filtration units to filter the air. After that, we started the cleaning process.

We follow the IICRC s520 standards, this involves the disposal of affected porous source materials such as the plaster board. We then HEPA vacuumed the surfaces which includes all timber and remaining plasterboard.

This was followed up by wiping the surface with a microfibre cloth and mould cleaning solution as well as a complete decontamination of the air conditioning unit.

During the process we used HEPA filtered air exchangers to filter the mould spores out of the air. An electric leaf blower was used to ensure the settled mould spores were also flushed out.

Finally, we did a knockdown treatment using this unit to kill the remaining mould spores. A post mould remediation test was completed which confirmed the property has been brought back to normal mould ecology.

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How To Install "Tern Overland" Windows On A Van (My NEW Favorite)



I decided to try a different type of windows on this van. They’re made by tern overland (also called arctic tern?). They’re a bit more challenging to install since they aren’t made to fit the OEM window cutout, but I think its 100% worth it! They’re dual pane acrylic windows with an integrated bug screen AND blackout shade … what more could you ask for??

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Tern window library: https://www.ternoverland.com/library
Tern windows: google for “tern overland window” (I used 550×900 in the front & 300×700 in the back)

Is Your Home Making You Sick? | Prevent Humidty & Mold | The Basement Doctor – NBC4 Daytime Columbus



http://www.mybasementdoctor.com/products/waterproofing/dehumidifiers-tm.html Ron Greenbaum, The Basement Doctor, recently sat down with Robyn of NBC4’s Daytime Columbus to explain the concerns over mold, high humidity and moisture and how this can make you sick.

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Category 3 water is classified Category 3 because it is grossly contaminated with pollutants including fungi and bacteria. Universal exclusions in property and liability insurance policies for losses related to fungi/bacteria automatically apply to Category 3 water losses because of the bacteria and/or fungi in the water. Insurance coverage gaps for losses associated with Category 3 water can be filled using the same risk management tools and environmental insurance products created for fungus/mold risks in 2003
Is a highly contaminated water damage that needs a special treatment to generate indoor normal conditions. Conclusion!

There are no dark secrets related to Category 3 water. The facts and resource documents to study the subject are available to the general public and always have been. There never were Special Forces operatives in the insurance business engaged to eliminate Category 3 water damages from property and liability insurance contracts. There was, however, a concerted effort to eliminate “toxic mold” losses at the turn of the century. Category 3 water losses are more than 50 times greater than mold losses, and they were excluded in the process of eliminating claims from “toxic mold.”

Category 3 water is defined as Category 3 because of the pollutants/contaminants it contains, including bacteria. Intentional or not, the insurance coverage drafters eliminated or severely sublimited all losses related to Category 3 water by default when the word bacteria was inserted into “mold exclusions.”

Most Category 3 water losses are being paid as Category 1 water losses today because claims adjusters make no distinction between the categories of water involved in a loss. The only thing potentially wrong with that scenario is that paying claims as a matter of routine business practice that are technically not covered by the insurance contracts that the insurance company sells potentially exposes the insurance company directors to shareholder derivative action lawsuits. With billions of historical insurance claims dollars associated with Category 3 water losses potentially in dispute with shareholder representatives, it is likely that the differences between the insurance coverage sold and the claims payments made related to Category 3 water damages will narrow over time.

In anticipation of more coverage denials on losses related to Category 3 water, insurance practitioners are well advised to fill the gaps in insurance coverage created by fungus/bacteria exclusions on a proactive basis. Insurance coverage solutions for virtually all sources of Category 3 water losses are readily available in the environmental insurance marketplace and have been for more than 7 years.

1In 1994, the IICRC made the decision to eliminate the use of gray and black water references in the professional standard because color-based descriptions of the water were not accurate. Water grossly contaminated with bacteria can be perfectly clear, Category 3 water formerly referred to as black water is rarely black, and Category 2 water formerly referred to as gray water might not be gray.
2It is important to note that “contaminates” is an operative word found in the standard pollution exclusions universally found in property and liability insurance policies. Although the discussion below will focus on Category 3 water in reference to the fungus/bacteria exclusions, many of the contaminants referenced in the definition of Category 3 water technically trigger both pollution exclusions and fungus/bacteria exclusions. In some states, as established by litigated insurance coverage caselaw, bacteria has already been determined to be a “pollutant” within the ISO standard definitions used in pollution exclusions. In these states, Category 3 water is excluded by both pollution exclusions and fungus/bacteria exclusions, the latter being by far the more onerous of the two exclusions.
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