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Kitchen floor the kitchen floor has rotted and is sagging bad, apparently water heater is leaking, how hard is it to change floor

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Ouch... In this case you might have to get the whole interior bottom replaced.

If you start ripping out everything. All you'll see is metal. FYI

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You have to replace the floor joists. This is accomplished with bottle jacks to raise the floor high enough to fit new floor joistsalong side of the old ones.

Its best left to somebody who is experienced in construction

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