On 6 Oct 2003 23:47:24 -0700, firstname.lastname@example.org (Eric) wrote:
This is common in Europe. It's often done in loft / attic spaces,
where the boards come as 3 to a square metre (so you can pass them
through a small hatch) and have ready-machined interlocking edges.
The chipboard (for normal use) is a heavier flooring grade. and the
standard stuff is only for attics, to stop you putting a foot through
It doesn't last 5 minutes if there's the slightest bit of damp around.
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I consider FL a fairly extreme environment. Heat, humidity, rain, and lots
of termites. My shed came with a pressure treated 1x6 T&G flooring. It's
now 11 or 12 years old and still looks great. When/if it ever fails, I'll
likely use the same material again. I've used plywood in previous sheds
(not PT), and I'd only get a few years before the moisture and bugs would
tear it up.
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