HI would really appreciate any help.
Situation- Victorian house, installation of tiled bathroom( floors and walls). Currently a mixture of old and new floorboards. The floor is not level.
Have been advised to use shuns to level under shower and alter the legs for the bath.
Also ben advised to tile on the floor directly onto 18mm ply! However i am worried fixing ply onto floorboards and then a tiling on top will create a large step up from the adjoining carpeted hall.
Is this the best option???
I have done some research and found out that maybe removing the floorboards, using 18mm pl directly on to joists then hardi backer on top might give a stonger base and eliminate this step up? Whats are your suggestions. Any help greatlyappreciated.