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Old 10-21-2010, 09:43 AM   #1
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Nailing Uniclic?


Good morning, first off great forum and great advice... it cam handy during my renos. I have a few questions regarding Uniclic flooring...

background... converted my old garage into a sunk-in lvg room. 2 of the 4 walls are open to the house(great open space). New lvg room floor is complete joist and T/G build with 17" of insulation. The floor is 1 step down from original house floor. the step goes all the way along the 2 open walls. I've purchased solid oak (not engineered), uniclic style 5/8' flooring. Routered my own pieces for my steps' bullnose.

Q1 - can this floor be nailed? They say it can but never found any info on it.
Q2 - when installing the bullnose, should I glue and nail or just nail? To ensure that the step are nice and solid.
Q3 - what type of underlay should I used? Rosin paper or the padded stuff?

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