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Ceramic tile installations require stability so the tiles stay adhered to the thinset mortar and the grout stays in the joints. The minimum allotment for subfloors is two sheets of 5/8-inch plywood or some other type of approved subfloor for ceramic tile. - read more
Best Answer: All tile hand book guide lines require a MINIMUM of 1 1/4" total substrate thickness to do ceramic flooring. This is both the ATC and TCA guide line. ( America Tile Council and Tile Council of America.) "Should" be fine won t cut it with ceramic , you need an additional 1 ... - read more
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