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Unread 01-31-2019, 06:49 AM   #75
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Joist reinforcement is pending for this saturday. The floor should be stable enough but it'll still have a slight bow from the joist sag, maybe 1/8" or a bit over but it's pretty straight perpendicular to the joists. I can do my best to level it out with feather patch to lay 6x36 plank tile along the direction of the joists. Any thoughts on just smoothing the plywood out with the patch compound but leaving most of the bow and laying the planks perpendicular to the joists instead? This isn't to avoid cracking like I was asking before, this is to avoid lippage with the long planks.

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