Wednesday, July 3, 2013

Subfloor Installation of Hardwood, Laminate, Viny or Tiling

Subfloor Installation of Hardwood, Laminate, Vinyl or Tiling

CDX Plywood
Great Tips For Bending Plywood

  Remember when installing subflooring, you need to screw the subfloor into the joists.

1. Use a very thick subflooring material for this as you can or find. This will be important when moving on to the grout and tile work.

2. Stiffen the floor to ensure that the new subfloor will be stronger than the previous flooring.

3. Nails may not be strong enough for installation and may pop out. So, you should use a ring shank nail, which is basically a screw.

4. Put down a layer of Luan plywood as an isolation membrane, and to protect the tile from cracking. If necessary, Luan plywood is a bit expensive, but is worth it if you are looking for a quality job. You can staple or nail it in for installation.

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