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Old 04-19-2013, 06:22 PM   #16
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That sounds like a squeaky floor with a lot of cracked tiles...

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That sounds like a squeaky floor with a lot of cracked tiles...
So thicker nails then? What would work best?
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8d through a 2x?
So like 10d?
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You are going to want to put down felt first, then your 2x's, and I would screw everything down.
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Why would you use felt between a 3/4 subfloor and the 2 X 4?
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your best bet would be using subfloor glue and screws.
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your best bet would be using subfloor glue and screws.
Any specific screws I should look for?
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Any specific screws I should look for?
no, any 3"-ers would be fine

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