Topic: Re: Ceramic tile question
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Seems the therma floor link was a dud, but its on the site, just pay attention to the specifications, and of course your framing should checked to make sure the load is acceptable etc. You don't want to exceed that, say for example its a 100 lb per square foot rating and by placing 150lb/sq.ft. material, the floor needs to be built stronger etc.
Light weight concrete, may be an option, the aggregate is likely to have expanded or shale processed by using heat to kind of make it like popcorn, one of the suppliers of this aggregate is nearby, its one that is ASTM specified and or called for by specifications of many jobs I have been involved with.
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