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Old 10-13-2009, 02:16 AM   #1
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In the middle of a bathroom remodel.

Within the 5 x 8 foot print of my second story bath room my subfloor slopes 5/8-3/4 of an inch! (in the 5 foot width) The floor is "flat" and may still be suitable to be tiled but I'm not sure. Building up the low side isn't practical as it would create quite a toe stubber within the door frame. I'm tempted to rip up the ply and notch the joists to bring everything closer. Any suggestions would be really appreciated. Tom

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Old 10-13-2009, 02:39 AM   #2
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well, that's only 1/8" /foot. Isn't that what a plumber is rquired to include to ensure drainage?

If you stand there and do not notice the slope, I would not worry about it.

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LOL! I could almost accept that if there was a drain back there!
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We use to roll marbles down our dining room floor from end to end, but that's another story. I think it comes down to how much work you want to do. Can you live with it? If not, fix it now or you'll always kick yourself for it.
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