DIY Home Improvement Forum banner
sub floor slope
1-4 of 4 Results
  1. Building & Construction
    Hey, guys. We've relocated our washer and dryer and we're building a small (7 feet by 6 feet) office where they used to be. The floor is painted concrete (the house is about 40 years old) with a drain in the middle and as much as a 1" slope from the walls to the drain. I'd like to cover over...
  2. Flooring
    My husband and I are older and live in a rural area. We are not close to any big towns. We are presently getting bids on have tile installed. I have been doing a lot of research so I am an informed consumer and hopefully will choose the correct installer to put down the correct products...
  3. Tiling, ceramics, marble
    In the saga project of my bathroom, I have finally finished re-plumbing, set the wiring up for the new lighting locale, and now I have the 3/4" plywood subfloor. We're going to put down small hex tiles that are era-appropriate for the home, however I have some questions. The floor slopes a...
  4. Flooring
    I'm adding a bathroom into my bedroom and removed the hardwood flooring and T&G sub-floor. I am ready to install a 3/4" plywood sub-floor to replace the old T&G, but the joist closest to the outside wall is between 1/8" and 1/4" higher than all the other joists, which is causing the sub-floor...
1-4 of 4 Results
Top