Posts Tagged ‘subflooring panel spacing’


Space your T&G Sub-flooring Panels Properly
Aug 2, 2017 | Posted in The Ol' Sage Builder

When installing tongue and groove OSB sub-flooring panels, it is essential that you space them correctly. Sub-flooring panels will expand and contract with changes in ambient moisture.

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Proper Panel Spacing Can Save Time and Money
Oct 5, 2015 | Posted in The Ol' Sage Builder

When structural panels are not spaced properly and moisture conditions change some problems can arise. Best to follow the advice of the Ol’ Sage Builder and space those panels correctly!

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Tiling Tips: Prevent Bathroom Tiles from Tenting
Apr 7, 2015 | Posted in Builders, Dealers, DIY, Framers

Floors expand and contract with changes in moisture, heat and season. This movement can pull tiles apart creating cracks or push them together so that they pop up or ‘tent’. Proper planning and preparation of the subflooring will help to prevent tenting and cracks in tiled bathroom floors.

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