Replacing a Subfloor
Subflooring provides support for the flooring of your home. Subflooring weakened by age, water or dry rot loses its structural integrity. This causes areas of your floor to sink and feel spongy. In time, the spongy areas will give way, creating a safety...
Oct 23, 2013 ... A common problem with replacing sub-floor is how to provide adequate support
of the newly formed and installed flooring edges. I show the ...
Read this article to find out how to remove and replace damaged particle board
subflooring in your home from home improvement expert Danny Lipford.
Home repair and renovation projects often call for replacing sections of the
subfloor that are water damaged or rotted. Most subfloors are wood planks or ...
DIYNetwork.com experts show how to install a subfloor in preparation for tile
my house was built in the 70's so the subfloor is partical board and in some
places if it were not for the carpet you would fall through. at some ...
Use 5/8" CDX plywood to replace the original subflooring. This exterior-grade
plywood is a good choice for damp or occasionally wet areas because it can ...
Sep 6, 2014 ... I'm trying to replace some rotted subfloor in my guest bathroom. For some reason,
I was expecting there to be an extra wide rim joist on the ...
Replacement Subfloor material. Construction adhesive. Step 1: In order to get
over this hurdle successfully you will need to determine where the joists are and
A. This procedures includes guidance on replacing a damaged subfloor under
tongue & groove flooring. B. See 01100-07-S for general project guidelines to be