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Old 11-14-2012, 09:10 AM   #1
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subfloor in bathroom.


Okay I am a rookie when it comes to carpentry but I thought I could lay out and measure where my studs would be in the bathroom so i could screw down the new plywood. Looks like my biggest sheet came out on the edge of the stud instead of center. and to make matters worse I already put liquid nails glue down before finding out i missed the joint. Any suggestions?

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subfloor in bathroom.


Sister the joist (floor supports are not called studs). Or set your circular saw depth to the thickness of the plywood and cut off 3/4 inch of it.

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