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Question DetailsAsked on 11/2/2016

Bathroom subfloor repair

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Remodeling - Kitchen and Bath would be the normal all-in-one contractor - otherwise you probably need a Carpenter-Framing and a Flooring or Ceramic Tile guy and maybe Drywall repair and Painting too - and sometimes Plumber to remove and replace toilet too and maybe repair pipes if leakage is the issue. Each of those capitalized contractor types is a Search the List category on Angies list.


You did not say WHAT the issue is - rot, wet, cracking or sagging joists, or what. Perhaps if you provide a bit more background on the issue and say specifically what your question is, I can address it better for you. Use the yellow Answer This Question button right below your question to reply back, just as if you were answering your own question. That will keep the give and take in this same "thread".

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Hi,

This is James in Member Care. Thanks for your interest in Angie's List!

We'll be happy to help find top rated bathroom remodeling services, but it doesn't look like you have a subscription to the List yet. You can join by visiting www.angieslist.com or by giving us a call. Our call center is available 8:00 am-9:00 pm weekdays and 8:00-5:00 pm ET on Saturdays.


Thanks for your question and we look forward to assisting you!

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