|Posted by hj on February 10, 19101 at 08:39:47:|
|In response to Re: Sloping floor to drain in mud room|
There is no material that I can think of that will feather to zero over plywood without cracking. And even at one inch the integrity might be suspect. You will either have to remove the plywood and reinstall it over tapered shims or drop the plywood below the top of the TJI's and then mortar bed.
: I am istalling a floor drain in a mud room. The problem is I need to slope the floor toward the drain (currently flat plywood subfloor over TJI's). I need a material that will allow me to feather from approx 1 inch thickness to zero. I will then need to thinset tile over this. I do not have enough room to dry pack a mortar bed. Suggestions anyone??
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