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Old 12-27-2011, 10:47 AM   #1
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Easiest way to take out rotted subfloor, next to tub faucet, 10"x10" piece, next to toilet, 1951 pier and beam house. Want to put down Allure flooring.


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Easiest way to take out rotted subfloor,
Cut it out with a saw.

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next to tub faucet,
Your tub faucet in on the floor?

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next to toilet
Remove the toilet first.

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Want to put down Allure flooring.
Might want to search that product here before you buy it. The only thing "alluring" about that stuff is the price.

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Easiest way to take out rotted subfloor, next to tub at faucet end, 10"x10" piece, next to toilet, 1951 pier and beam house. Want to put down Allure flooring.
The rotted wood is at the faucet end of the tub. What about the floor joists when sawing?
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The rotted wood is at the faucet end of the tub.
This is making less sense than it did before.

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What about the floor joists when sawing?
What about the floor joists?

You wouldn't want to cut the floor joists. Do you have any tools and if so which ones?
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