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subflooring

The plywood or other solid base nailed directly to the floor joists and on which carpeting or other finish flooring is attached.

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If any flooding has recently occurred, the foundations, subfloor framing and other building components should be carefully examined for possible moisture-related damage.
I easily located the areas where the plywood subfloor was moving up and down on the joists.
The facility manager, attempting to deinstitutionalize the environment, tried commercial carpet on some units, but inspection of one unit less than three years after installation disclosed carpet wear and fading; also, the carpet had retained odors, and fluids had wicked through to the subfloor, making thorough cleaning impossible.
The next big job was to haul the home's logs up to the subfloor and stack them near their eventual destination.
FIRM-FILL" is a self leveling, lightweight gypsum concrete floor underlayment designed to provide a smooth, flat subfloor for virtually any finished flooring material.
wide mats, staple them to the subfloor and connect adjoining mats with crimp connectors.
Impervious to moisture, the floor's backing system consists of an ultra-dense cut-pile decorative layer; a vinyl moisture barrier precoated with an antimicrobial treatment; a reinforced fiberglass scrim to ensure dimensional stability; a vinyl, closed-cell, cushioned moisture-barrier backing; and a vinyl adhesive to protect the subfloor and prevent delamination.
If you're installing a perimeter-bonded product, and are concerned about a subfloor stain in the middle of a room, you can place thin aluminum foil over the stain to keep it from bleeding through, a couple of manufacturers say.
Tenders are invited for sprung floor system, the system will consist or two parts, the sprung subfloor and the performance surface for round top elementary.
Allure's planking uses a nifty GripStrip system that adheres the planks to one another, not the subfloor, meaning it floats.