Batten Under Toilet within floating floor?

Discussion in 'Plumbers' Talk' started by Matt Cheesey, Aug 12, 2021.

  1. Matt Cheesey

    Matt Cheesey New Member

    Howdy folk, putting my floating floor into a downstairs WC currently,

    Concrete subbase, 100mm PIR then 2x Chipboard.

    Noted on the kingspan site they state to use timber battens on both door transitions and also baths n toilets etc. I figure this makes sense as you don't really want a bouncy toilet.

    What i'd love to know is what / where and how you can have a batten in the floor there? Cut a square out of the insulation and make a 10x10" batten box to sit in the middle of the insulation and put another square of insulation in the middle? Seems hilarious but maybe it's a simple idea?

    Or Run another bottom plate from wall to wall perpendicular to the toilet and put a lone joist in the floor, effectively splitting the floating floor in half (might actually help as it's not level!) or even just ignore the advice!

    Would love your thoughts.
     

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