By Nathan Stout (of AccordingToWhim.com)
This is the next part in my renovation story. I am working on getting my mom's rent house back into shape after the previous tenant really screwed the place up!
On the weekend of July 2nd & 3rd I did a two day work weekend since my wife was working and I basically had the weekend free to myself. On this second day I set out to do more 'little stuff' to the house because as I have said it's the little things that eventually end up getting things done.
I came up with a solution for the uneven joints where the newly repaired floor and the old floor met. I used some wood filler (which will really get hard once dried) and built up the lip of the support boards so that the new plywood floor would be close to even with the old flooring. I messed with this for a while then left it to dry. This will almost make the floor joints even but it will require more wood filler to smooth it all out next time I work on it. Next visit I will screw the new floor down and use that filler to smooth and fill gaps.