subflooring


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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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When the subflooring is listed in the individual rooms, no allowance is included for the subflooring under the interior or exteriors walls.
LIQUID NAILS adhesives can be used for subflooring, drywall, heavy-duty projects, ceramics, fabric, metal, wood and much more.
Subsequent investigations revealed pools of mercury in the subflooring and elevated air mercury levels throughout the building.
The demolition of the first floor's flooring, subflooring and concrete fill is part of the project scope as well.
Caber flooring, usually known as chipboard flooring, is the most common type of modern subflooring and is found in most modern homes.
The adhesives used to secure the flooring were no-VOC products, and the subflooring used under the first floor is 100 percent cork; it also features an antimicrobial underlayment.
* Consider pulling carpet back from the subflooring and applying a sealant to the subflooring to fully eliminate odors that may draw the cat back to that location.
Floor clamp or jack used before subflooring was developed.
In addition, the tile adjusts to subflooring irregularities and requires minimal maintenance.
Participants poured concrete for a foundation, laid subflooring, and painted trim on a nearly completed house.