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friedemann

01:53PM | 01/05/04
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Have a room over the open carport. T/g plywood floors unfinished. Decided to drywall the walls and want to put 3/4"x11" dried fir and spruce planks down for flooring. I want to varathane the flooring. It will be a living accomodation with wood stove heating. Not sure on how to put down the flooring so that it will not squeek or warp. Any suggestions

carpetman

05:25PM | 01/05/04
Member Since: 01/26/03
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i dont have an answer for you, but try this guy


http://woodfloorist.com/

AWoodFloorSpecialist

03:20AM | 01/14/04
Member Since: 07/24/03
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Thanks carpetman

Franklyn
http://woodfloorist.com

AWoodFloorSpecialist

03:45AM | 01/14/04
Member Since: 07/24/03
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friedemann
New Member posted January 05, 2004 06:53 PM
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Have a room over the open carport. T/g plywood floors unfinished.

The first thing to consider is insulating the ceiling of the carport if it isn't already. This will stabalize the temperature of the underside of the flooring.

Decided to drywall the walls and want to put 3/4"x11" dried fir and spruce planks down for flooring.

That sounds like a nice floor.

I want to varathane the flooring.

Varathane is a brand name of finish and my experience is that it doesn't bring out as much color as Minwax or Pro Finisher urethanes.

It will be a living accomodation with wood stove heating.

You will really need to acclimate this flooring before installing it and you will probably still get a little shrinkage because of the nature of wide fir and spruce flooring.

Not sure on how to put down the flooring so that it will not squeek or warp. Any suggestions

Sure! Locate your joists with chaulk lines. You should face screw and plug into every joist. I make a template so I can mark where the screws go so that I have a consistant pattern which makes for a solid floor that looks good too. With an 11"plank you should have a recessed screw which you cover with a plug at 2 1/2", 5 1/2", and
8 1/2" centers. Use a piece of cardboard and put holes at these points on each of the joist lines. Drill the pilot holes and put the screws in .

Franklyn
http://woodfloorist.com/1/goldfish.html

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