@ftlothaire19 asked 2 months ago.

How to fix a bathroom floor joist?

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@qazamatar answered 1 month ago.

If you want to fix a bathroom floor joist then you may need to call a professional as it's difficult to do it on your own. When it comes to repairing a bathroom floor joist, you need to make sure that you're doing it correctly so that the floor is as safe as possible.
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@bannuqoce answered 1 month ago.

If your bathroom is on the second floor of your home and you’ve noticed that you’re getting leaks around the shower, the most likely cause is a damaged or rotted joist. You can check this out by removing the wall paneling in the bathroom.
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@ettallari answered 1 month ago.

Bathroom floor joists repair and replacement is not an easy task, but it can be done with some knowledge and preparation. The first step to take is to remove all the old material that is in the way of the new floor joist. You can do this by cutting it with the saw or chisel and then removing it with a hammer.
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@tinnykekarr answered 1 month ago.

Fixing a broken floor joist is a lot more challenging than you might think. You can’t just screw in a new joist and hope for the best. The new floor joist has to be perfectly aligned with the other joists around it. Otherwise, it will be very noticeable and can even cause more damage.
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@qakifferapp answered 1 month ago.

The best way to fix a damaged floor joist is to install a new joist underneath the damaged joist, then fasten it to the existing joist. Another option is to install a new header above the damaged joist, then fasten the new joist to the header.
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