How Do You Fix Squeaky Floor Tiles In Bathroom?
If you can get at the floor from below, you can fix it by running a bead of industrial adhesive (go to Home Depot and get PL400 or something similar to it) along each joist against the plywood above it. If you can’t access from below, the only fix is to tear up the tile – no thanks! The reason it happens is because the nails or screws holding the plywood floor onto the joists are not holding properly. The plywood lifts up when there is no weight on it, pulling up the nail with it. When you step on it, you push the plywood back down and the nail makes a squeaking sound as it goes in and back out of the joist below it. Very annoying sound.