Have a Weyroc floor fitted over wood joists in a bedroom ... house built circa 1980
Floor is damaged in 2 places .... don’t really want to re-sheet whole floor, particularly as fitted wardrobes over part of the floor.
initially thought it would be easy ... cut a square out back flush with joist and fix a bearer timber on joist, to hold edge of new board, and screw some supports round underside of other 3 sides to form a frame to fit new piece in.
This plan stuttered today when I measured thickness of the Weyroc ...it’s 19.4mm. So presumably 3/4” sheet.
Anybody know if you can still get 3/4” sheet .... I can buy 20mm but that is not going to sit flush without a lot of extra work.
or do people not bother with different thickness and simply use 20mm
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