Questions about: underlayment

Hi, I am building a 2 story house wood frame house(with basement) that is heated with radiant hot water system installed in the floor. The joists have been blown in with loose fill cellulose (for both sound and to keep the heat up) and a plywood floo
I have recently purchased an engineered wood floor and wish to install this over underfloor heating (A Nu-Heat water based solution which sits between the joists). The joists are currently covered with a thin layer of plywood and my plan is to instal
The product received is totally different from the product I ordered on LatestOne. Product I ordered was Apple iPhone 6 PTron Metallic Hard Back Cover Back Cover Case Dark Blue But the product I have received is not an iPhone cover at all which is go
Can ceramic tile be installed over my existing particle board?Because ceramic tile is rigid and somewhat brittle, a strong underlayment is the most important part of the ceramic tile installation. Interior-grade plywood and particle board are not a s
My question is how should I go about laying tile over this? I have the 3/4" wood floor to tie into so I don't want to go too crazy with additional underlayment. From some initial research, it seems my best option might be to go with a layer of 1/2" p