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Jeekinz 05-02-2007 12:19 PM

Remodel - Subfloor, then what?
 
Sheetrock, Durock, Floor Tile? or Install the complete floor with the sheetrock on top?

JazMan 05-02-2007 02:19 PM

You aren't expecting an answer to a one line question like that are you? If you can't be bothered to fully explain your project and then ask a question or two, why would you think any of the pros here would bother to give you free advice that does not benefit us one bit?:no:

YICKS!! :censored:

Jaz

Jeekinz 05-02-2007 03:41 PM

I installed the sub floor, does the durock and tile go down before the sheetrock goes up? or do I install the sheetrock then but the foor against it?:huh:

Jeekinz 05-02-2007 03:46 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by JazMan (Post 43177)
You aren't expecting an answer to a one line question like that are you? If you can't be bothered to fully explain your project and then ask a question or two, why would you think any of the pros here would bother to give you free advice that does not benefit us one bit?:no:

YICKS!! :censored:

Jaz

:thumbsup:

Zero Punch 05-02-2007 04:30 PM

Hang and finish the drywall first then rock then tile. Why would you want to mess up or cover up your floor job before the walls are done?
Were you a job super in a previous life? :confused1:

send_it_all 05-02-2007 11:02 PM

usually sheetrock is held above the floor by about an inch. The gap is covered by base moulding.....you can do it in whatever order you want, but I agree that it is better to hang, tape and texture the sheetrock first....i would even paint first.


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