Want to cover my very uneven floorboards, couple of questions. what
thickness ply should I use ?, and do I need to pad out the uneveness
with some underlay to stop the ply bouncing, and third - do I need an
expansion gap around the the ply next to the wall ? thanks
On Feb 1, 6:00 am, " firstname.lastname@example.org"
What are you putting on the newly levelled floor? Carpet? Vinyl tile?
Pergo? All have different requirements.
IMO, best way to deal with the floor is rent a sander, get it as flat
as you can, glue down a low cost luann plywood for carpet, a stout
1/2" or better plywood for tile and same for engineered wood.
Before sanding flat, nail down the floor boards to the joists with
ring shank nails. Expansion gaps are based on material...follow
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