Question about American Standard Home
What I would do is just overlay the existing floor with 3/4 inch 6 ply plywood'You would probably be ok without it but this will help to more evenly distribute the load.Thank you.
Posted on Mar 22, 2011
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With some manufactures yes. If you can get to the area from under the tub drill some small holes through the flooring and use a stop collar on the drill bit so you don't drill into the tub the put some expanding foam in the holes so it fills the area between the tub bottom and the floor to give the tub bottom some support.
The tub should have been set in cement mortar to prevent this from happening but that
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