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Re: can a landlord deny me needed renovations?

Posted by Lilly on May 23, 2001 at 03:24:41:

In Reply to: Re: can a landlord deny me needed renovations? posted by Honey Bee on May 22, 2001 at 21:14:30:

The floorboards are a building code violation, probably a class "B" violation (hazardous)That would involve removing the tub, the wood flooring, the subflooring, and once exposed, re-enforcing or replacing the floor joists if the leaks have caused them to rot. The subflooring would then be replaced, a membrane layed, wire mesh(lathe) nailed on top of that, then they would pour a 1-2" layer of concrete, then tile the floor. Then the tub would be replaced.

So, where are you planning on spending your summer?

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