Old plank subfloor in old 1930 house-hardwoods?
Just moved into a 1930 Colonial House-the hardwoods are toast and I want to tear them up and replace them with 3/4inch solid oak wood. Right now the subfloor is 3/4inch 5 inch wide T&G plank (I have no idea what wood it is).
After ripping out the old hardwood-will my current subfloor suffice or should I overlay it with some plywood-some have reccomended putting 1/2 inch cdx plywood over the plank subfloor before installation-what do you guys think? Do I need the additional plywood (can i go 1/4 or 3/8th?) and what should I use to put it down-screws or nails?
Also, anyone have any expereince with the Bruce Plano Marsh that Home Depot is currently selling for 2.99 a foot? I have only found one person that has used it and said it looks good a year later but it did have a higher number of unusable boards-like 15% he said.
Thanks for the help guys.
has no one replied to this? how did it turn out?
guess im in simialar shoes right now and would like to know how this stuff looks down the road.
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