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Old 10-06-2008, 10:20 AM   #1
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I completely gutted my bathroom. I can't figured out what goes down first the florring or the drywall. Can anyone help me out. I was thinking the subfloor goes down then the drywall on top of that then I tile. I'm really not sure. Anything would help me.

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I'd put the flooring down last...why risk damaging it during construction?

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So should I put the sub floor down first or wait to do the sub floor until the end.
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I would wait with everything associated to the tile until you're ready to do so.
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