Kitchen subfloor

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Posted by: from Norton
1/29/2021 at 12:22:15 PM

I have some broken tile in my kitchen ceramic or porcelain and the tile is discontinued. The floor was a little spongy so I sistered some 2x6 to the existing joists not knowing the real layout of the flooring. After closer observation, I discovered that the underlayment is off the subfloor elevated by 3 inches. It is this part that is spongy. what is the best approach for me? I'm sure they did it to bring up the floor level to the dining room. Thank you

Kitchen subfloor
Kitchen subfloor

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