partial retile?

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Old 09-17-18, 01:00 PM
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partial retile?

There is a small room in my bathroom that houses the toilet and nothing else. The toilet has leaked and the subfloor warped. Now the tiles are not flat This makes it difficult to re install toilet because of the non flat surface. I suspect the floor would move slightly if the subfloor dry out and un-warp.

Is it possible to replace the tiles (and subfloor) in just this room? The tiles in this small room extend continuously out into the rest of the bathroom.
 
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Old 09-17-18, 01:44 PM
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You could just replace those tiles but I wouldn't just because the tiles aren't all flat. I'd shim/grout the commode so it would set solidly on the floor that is there. Now if the subfloor is suspect - that's another story.
 
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Old 09-17-18, 02:09 PM
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If the sub floor is warped, it needs to fixed or replaced.
 
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Old 09-17-18, 08:04 PM
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You have a natural break in the tile dead center to the pocket door, so everything in the toilet room can be replaced without much issue. Bigger issue is which direction are the joists, where do they break and can you replace subfloor and have sufficient support for a tile installation.
 
 

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