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 How to Apply Plywood Floors?

Answer Plywood is a durable, inexpensive building material that is used as flooring in places such as attics and as a subfloor in many other areas of the home. It comes in 4-foot by 8-foot sheets, which m... Read More »
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What Is Better for Hardwood Floors Plywood or Osb?

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When and why did builders stop using hardwood floors and install plywood instead?

Answer hardwood or plywood late 50's early 60's depending on where you live. Cost is the biggest factor. Both in material and labor. Much faster and cheaper to use plywood and carpet. Also chea... Read More »
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How to Apply Contact Cement to Plywood?

Plywood is inexpensive and useful for building many items. If you are not an experienced carpenter and are intimidated by using nails and a hammer or a drill and screws, plywood is a good choice fo... Read More »
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How to Apply Plywood and Floor Linoleum Yourself?

Linoleum flooring, like its close cousin, vinyl flooring, is far more pliable than ceramic or other hard tiles, and so doesn't need a rock-solid underlayment of cement or cement board, as is the pr... Read More »
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