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Expansion Gap in Powder Room Flooring--What to do?

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09-26-12, 05:52 PM   #1  
Expansion Gap in Powder Room Flooring--What to do?

Hi, all. I am running into a bit of trouble with installing baseboard moulding in our powder room as the expansion gap on one of the walls is 5/8 wide and deep. When placing the moulding up against the wall, it isn't flush with the other moulding because it sinks down, even with the quarter shoe moulding. My question is should I place something underneath the baseboard moulding to level it out or just attach the quarter shoe moulding and attempt to nail it into the wall that way?

Thanks for helping a newbie out

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09-27-12, 06:39 PM   #2  
Welcome to the forums! Maybe you could help tired eyes and brains to understand what you are up against by posting a couple of pictures of what your problem is. Are you putting this molding up against concrete?? http://www.doityourself.com/forum/el...your-post.html

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