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How to Install Hardwood Floors on Concrete Slab – Easiklip Floors

Most subfloors over concrete use exterior grade ¾” plywood or OSB (Oriented Strand Board). It lays directly on top of the waterproof barrier, or combination of barrier and underlayment, to help cushion and insulate. Be aware of the additional height that the subfloor and underlayment add.【Get Price】

12 Outdoor Flooring Options for Style and Comfort - Flooring Inc

We have a concrete patio covered above and on three sides but some water still flows in (we’re not in Arizona!). Currently has an outdoor carpet on top of the concrete, which holds some moisture. What flooring option is best over the top of concrete when some water may get to it from time to time?【Get Price】

How to Build a Deck Over a Concrete Patio (DIY)

This was the ultimate bad patio: severely cracked and cratered, some areas raised by frost, others sunken after 50 years of settling. Originally, it was tiled, then the tile was chiseled off and the pockmarked surface got a coat of paint. Luckily, we’ve got some great outdoor flooring ideas over concrete, starting with building a deck!【Get Price】

Raised wood floor over concrete.again - Fine Homebuilding

The joists would be fastened at the house edge and the outside porch edge. If the 5 " is at the house edge and the concrete slopes to the porch outside edge ( gets deeper) you could lay one joist in, mark and set the slope and cut all the joists prior to installation. An alternative thought.【Get Price】

How do I insulate a floor? - SuperHomes Revamp

Target U-Value Generally, ground floors are either solid, usually concrete slabs, or suspended, i.e. timber floorboards on joists. When uninsulated, they will both have a U‑value of between 0.45W/m 2 K and 0.70W/m 2 K, but this depends on the geometry of the floor and the amount of thermal bridging.【Get Price】

Installing Overlays over Wood Surfaces - The Concrete Network

Just because it is a microtopping over a mortar bed does not mean it will not shrink or move due to stress and temperature. I would not be surprised to see that the crack had followed a seam in the plywood or decking in the sub-floor. Utilizing control joints along long seams or large areas is important. Another thing to consider is the stability of the wood deck or floor. Additional bracing.【Get Price】

What to Know about Laying Wood Floors over Concrete Slabs.

There's something inherently strange about laying wood floors over concrete. After all, water and wood don't mix, and one of concrete's talents is absorbing and holding water. For contractors in many geographic areas, though, that's what they're faced with everyday on almost every job. First and foremost, they have to learn how to handle moisture.【Get Price】