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I'm writing a contract Friday for a bath remodel with a tile floor. I had origionally talked about using ditra but lately a lot of you guys have been talking more about Noble TS and Noble Deck... I may want to give it a try and wondering the cost difference/quantity(sq ftg)...

I get a 54 sq ft roll of ditra for $75 bux so are the Noble products about the same or what??
 

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NobleSeal TS is purchased by linear foot (it gets cut to order). It comes in 5' widths. So if you ordered quantity 1, you'd receive 5 sq ft (1' x 5').

Things to consider:
You use modified over and under it.
To seam 2 pieces together, you need a tube of NobleSealant 150.
It's much thinner than Ditra so keep that in consideration when determining floor height.
It's about .10¢ more per sq ft. However, you can use it on walls or floors (like Ditra + Kerdi in one). So buying in bulk can actually save you money in the long run.
Customer service is outstanding!
 

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Ha! I heard you guys talkin about it and was just trying to get the facts straight... I do a lot of smaller bathrooms so I do like that I can get it in without seams, that's pretty cool :thumbup: + I like modified better
 

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Angus, setting the Noble TS on plywood, is there a minimum thickness required? The guy at dal seemed to think 1".... I was thinking 3/4" is sufficient.

My price is $1.42 per sq. Ft. , is that reasonable? And they definately recomended the TS over the Dal version so I may give it a shot
 
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