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Question about subfloor under bathroom

10 years ago

My house was built in 1960. I have 2 1/4 oak wood floors.
The subfloor is planks. I have a sheet of linolium for the bathroom floor and it is the same height as the oak floors.
The oak boards are 3/4 inch thick on top of the plank subfloor. I was wondering what was used to get the linolium to the same height as the oak floors. Since plywood was not around then, did they just lay extra pine boards on top of the original subfloor to make the bathroom the same height of the other rooms in the house?

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