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Old 12-03-2011, 04:08 PM   #1
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How do I fix my bathroom floor with limited income to do so and would I be able to do it myself?


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Yes, but as you stated that you have limited income so it would be kind of hard. Check around with local churches to see if they have a Men's Ministry that could help you out. You would have to in turn have to possibly donate time back in kind.

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The start of any project is to understand exactly what the problem is, come up with a repair approach, then execute the repair. You need to describe exactly what the problem is, post some pictures. Based on your initial post, I have no idea what you are referring to, your issues could be anything from the joists failing to the tile popping to the subfloor heaving. The better you describe your situation, the easier it will be to discuss options.
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Like Daniel said: we really need to understand you situation better in order to help. There are repairs that can be made very inexpensively and with little preexisting skills, and there are repairs that can get rather complicated. You say your "floor is falling down." We have no way to know whether or not that's a structural issue without more information. Can you explain in more detail?
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