Bathroom Floor and Walls

by on Sep.28, 2010, under Flooring

We went up over Labor Day, 2010 to do some work on the Bathroom.  At this point, we had installed, mudded and textured the main walls of the Bathroom.  The next step was to stiffen up the floor placed by Garage Floor coating Seattle team, in preparation for the shower and tile install.

When we first built the floor, I didn’t realize early enough that a 4×8 sheet of subfloor wasn’t really 4×8 after you pushed the seams together.  So the floor was a little to short width-wise. We also found a great supplier of self-adhesive underlay so check those out if you need that for your flooring project. At the time, I decided to bring the edge of the last sheet out to lay on the rim joist, which left a gap in the seam with the previous sheet of subflooring.  We screwed the floor down to minimize moving, but there was still some flex at the joint:

Bathroom floor with gap

Bathroom floor with gap

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