I am planning to lay ceramic or stone tile in my kitchen, I am not able to remove 3 layers of linolium put down by past owners. Since this will be a dry area do I need to lay cement board or would it be alright to lay the tile directly over the linolium. The linolium already brings the floor up 1/4″ above the adjoining rooms so I’d like to build up the existing floor as little as possible. Thanks
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