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[This article was originally published in 2008. I have aggregated all of the articles from our Self Leveling project into a new, more complete article with links to each of the individual articles, including the one below. Complete article: How to Po
Yeah, I would nix the sleeper idea too. Sand away or rent/buy a Power Planer or Belt Sander to take the hump down. Or, remove the subfloor rows (assuming they're running parallel with the hump) & replace them with thinner stock or plywood of the
OSB has the appearance of giant cornflakes pressed together to form structural panels in sizes similar to plywood, such as 4' x 8' x 5/8". OSB: Floor Covering vs. SubfloorFloor covering (or finish floor) is the term for the topmost, eventual floor--t
One of the most important parts of your hardwood flooring installation is the part that’ll never be seen – your subfloor. The subfloor is what lies beneath the planks of solid or engineered hardwood flooring. It’s the foundation that provides a solid
I am not sure about your location. If you are in the far north it is a great policy to insulate your basement floors - rigid foam sheets and OSB is certainly a great way to do it and probably the easiest. However if you are in a mixed climate, I am n
Hi, Thanks for all the responses. I just measured the joists and put them into the calculator you provided. (THANK YOU)
by travis Last Updated March 20, 2016 08:09 AM I was building a subfloor in my basement. 3/4" osb on top of 1" xps, and spray foam around the perimeter. I was in looking at Great Stuff foams saw Floor and Wall saw it was good for subfloors and foam p
One of our friends asks for some help with a bathroom repair that went bad. It seems that a fitting in their second floor bathroom was leaking so they turned the water off at the valve and removed the toilet. At that point they decided to replace the
Question: Hi There, I hired a contractor to install Bruce hardwood floor 3/8
I am in the process of laying DRIcore panels in my basement. The ultimate plan is to lay laminate (Pergo) floor once we reach the finish stages. I have a few small areas where the concrete dips about an inch or so