Fill gap between subfloor and wall

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Old 11-25-16, 07:18 PM
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Fill gap between subfloor and wall

Im working on a bathroom and removing the laminate flooring to put in vinyl. When i took the planks out i noticed that the subfloor had a large gap. What had happened is they placed a second sheet of plywood over the original subfloot but failed to fit that sheet to the wall. I have about a 3/4" gap that I want to fill and dont know what the best scenario would be. If I just put the vinyl, it will sonk and the baseboards wont cover that gap.
 
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Old 11-26-16, 01:31 AM
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Pull out and replace.

Rip a slightly smaller piece and glue.

Double up one baseboard.

Agree, you probably need something to keep it level.
 
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Old 11-26-16, 04:13 AM
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Usually a fresh piece of 1/4" underlayment grade ply is put down to give a super flat surface for the vinyl to sit on. This prevents the telescoping of imperfections through the vinyl to visible from the surface. In that case, fill the void with a cementatious patch before laying the ply.
 
 

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