Posts Tagged ‘subflooring panels’

 

Expansion Joints in Flooring
Nov 13, 2017 | Posted in Builders, Dealers, DIY, Framers

Expansion and contraction of your flooring system is a given. Because they are manufactured from different materials or different kinds of the same material, your flooring and substrate will expand and contract at different rates. Expansion joints give your flooring the space it needs to expand without buckling or cracking.

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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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Materials play Critical Role in Dance-floor Design
Apr 9, 2014 | Posted in Builders, Dealers, DIY, Framers

David Sukonick is one of the leading designers and builders of wooden floors for performers with over 300 professional dance floors under his belt. David has undertaken many unique designs and specializes in the sprung sub floor. Says David of his unusual choice in construction design: “It is definitely an unusual field and to my knowledge I may be the only person that specializes solely in the design and installation of custom dance floors.”

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