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Normal Height for Gypcrete Pour

I figured may be easier to start new thread instead of burying in my previous post. As far as I can see from Maxxon as normal pour with sleepers has the gypcrete level with the top of the sleepers not below the sleepers as it can create a void.

Did I get this right?


  • ZmanZman Member Posts: 3,179

    The condition you have is very common. I think it is unavoidable. We normally glue wood floors over gyp. You could use a trowelable glue to fill the gap.

    "If you can't explain it simply, you don't understand it well enough"
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  • McMasterMcMaster Member Posts: 28
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    The Gypcrete in my house, upstairs is about 2" thick.
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