Hello all.....Went out with my Dad, brother, and Grandfather this past weekend and did some great powertool bonding. Put up a 15x15 cabin in the mountains of PA. The cabin is pretty much an over sized shed design. The front wall is 16' with a back wall of around 8.5'.
Started Friday and ended Sunday with it just needing the siding put up and a front door installed. Allow me to say -----> Nail guns are a WONDERFUL thing.
We built on an existing cement slab. (former cabin) The surface of the slab isn't in the greatest condition and we were tossing the idea around of putting tile down in it for a floor to cover the concrete.
Anybody ever use tile in this type of application. I was figuring on using leveling compound to get things in order that way, and would seal the grout. Will the temp extremes bother it much? There won't be any heat in the building and the temp can go from over 90 in the summer to 10 or 20 below in the winter. The slab won't be shifting or settling since it's been there for 20 years.
Didn't think it would cause any problem, but figured I'd see what somebody else thought.
Thanks for the input.