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Hybid Water Damage
Various spots of water damage.
Date(s): October 2011. Album by Dan Hellier. Photos by Dan. 1 - 29 of 29 Total. 667 Visits.
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mold growing on bottom side of couch board.

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Here you can barely see where the wall has sunk.  It is more pronounced in the next picture.

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It's a blurry picture I know.  Here's where we're digging out the rotted floor from under the walls.  The walls are always built on top of the floor unfortunately.

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This is looking directly under the wall after the area has been cleaned out and dried.

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Here we are using blocks to help support the wall while we finish removing all the rest of the floor from under the wall.

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The way the floor was made was    1 1/2 inch thick plywood in the corners becuase this is what the stabilizer jacks mount to.  Then there was simply a sandwich in the middle part.  Here we elected to use a more typical floor joist system at 10 inch centers for extra support.

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The last sheet of 1/2 inch plywood will cover the entire area of the this picture and will be screwed and adhered to form an over-sized sandwich, probably 3 times stronger than the original.

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I started rolling out the linoleum before I realized I hadn't taken a picture of the final floor board (top of sandwich).  Here you see the right side of it.

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This is the area under the table.  The linoleum is wrinkled from being folded / rolled up during the repair.

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