Renovation + Home Improvement
Jul 19, 2017 8:58 am
I'm looking at insulating an existing bathroom. The walls are currently tiled with ceramic tiles. Is it OK to simply put the insulated plasterboard on top of the tiles, or do the tiles need to be stripped from the walls before putting on the insulated plasterboard?
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