subflooring


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subflooring

subflooring
The material used in constructing the subfloor; usually plywood sheets or an inferior grade of soft lumber.
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Following Hurricane Sandy, many estimates included the replacement of damaged subflooring, but the unit cost allowance does not include the added labor to remove and replace the subflooring under interior and exterior walls.
However, these studies provide mixed results and point to the need to consider subflooring characteristics, as well.
Similarly, mold growth on the top and bottom sides of subflooring and on the underlying structural floor joists is a ubiquitous problem.
Other potential problems include a substandard moisture barrier or insufficient support from the subflooring.
Refinishing is another green option, requiring no new wood or subflooring, no transportation, and very little energy.
Though the roof and front windows were destroyed during the blaze, most of the building - including the elaborate ceiling cornices and pine wood subflooring - survived.
Most commonly appearing as subflooring, "it can be made in part from wood waste and new-growth, renewable forest species," says Deborah.
Subflooring in unfinished upstairs area would allow expansion of up to approximately 4000 sq ft.
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.