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    Default Hi I am Sara Warby I need tile advice help.

    I have a shower that was built in 1983. We found mold behind the shower, on the mold resistant drywall from a recent water damage from a leaky pipe. My question is do I need to replace the entire tiled shower because I have removed the drywall that is behind a concrete mesh set for the tiles. Or can the shower hold up on its own with the concrete wire mess as its support?

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    Default Re: Hi I am Sara Warby I need tile advice help.

    Unsupported tile is not likely to be self-supporting very long. Too flimsy.


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    Default Re: Hi I am Sara Warby I need tile advice help.

    Bridge Man is probably correct. You will need to have someone on site to look at it. There are too many variables to tell from a photo.

    Jim Robinson
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