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Old 09-29-2012, 07:54 AM   #16
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IF anyone thinks water will not get underneath ceramic tile and/or the grout, come help me finish this job I'm currently working on. The floor of this bath looked to be just fine but there was the well known "smell" in the bath room. One trip under the house showed me that there was hardly any wooden flooring left. This was an older house where they used to use 1 x 6's placed on a bias (45) for the entire flooring of the house before putting up any wall. Two of the joist had over 50% of damage to the area between the tub and toilet. Once the ceramic tile was removed from the floor it was evident where the smell was coming from--rotted wood due to a leak which turned out to be the toilet. It appears to me that the strength of the floor recently was in the grout and tile, not the actual wood sub-floor.

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