Boards or plywood installed over joists on which the finish floor is laid.
A foundation for a floor in a building. It can be concrete, plywood, or in older homes, pine planking.
the sheathing or material that is attached to the floor joists on which the finish floor laid. 3/4" plywood or OSB are commonly used for subflooring.
Plywood panels (or tongue-and-groove boards in older homes) installed over joists to support finished flooring material.
Plywood or oriented strand boards attached to the joists. The finish floor is laid over the subfloor.
A pre-existing surface that serves as a base for a finished floor.
Underneath floor upon which finished flooring is laid. We recommend 3/4-inch CDX plywood for nail-down applications.
The plywood or chip board that is installed beneath the finish floor.
Bottom layer of plywood or boards in a two-layer floor.
Boards or plywood installed over joists on which the finish floor rests. Learn more about sub-floors.
A pre-existing structural supporting surface, such as plywood, waferboard or concrete.
Material fastened directly to floor joist below the finish floor.
A pre-existing supporting surface over which laminate floors are installed..
The panels that generally comprise the floor of a motorhome's storage area. Basement floor.
The structural material that spans across floor joists. It serves as a working platform during construction and provides a base for the finish floor.
Plywood or similar wood sheet nailed to floor joists on which finished flooring is installed.
The underlying flooring used to support the finished floor, can be used as a structural support for lateral loads.
The structural layer intended to provide the home's floor support, which may receive floor coverings directly if the surface is appropriate, or indirectly via an underlayment if its surface is not suitable.
a rough floor -- plycheap classifieds or boards -- laid over joists and on which an underlayment or substrate is fucked.
Usually plywood, OSB, or another sheet material covering the floor joists.
A rough floor - plywood or boards - laid over joists and on which an underlayment or substrate is installed.
The framing components of a floor to include the sill plate, floor joists, and deck sheeting over which a finish floor is to be laid
PLYWOOD SHEETS NAILED OR SCREWED AND/OR GLUED TO THE FLOOR JOISTS THAT RECEIVE FINISHED FLOORING.
Usually, plywood sheets that are nailed directly to the floor joists and that receive the finish flooring.
A floor base on which the floor covering is installed.
Boards or plywood laid on joists over which a finish floor is to be laid.
is generally referred to as the floor's structural layer. This may be either a concrete slab or a layer of some type of wood or particle board that lays directly on the floor joists.
The structural material that spans across floor joists and provides a base for flooring materials such as tile, carpet or hardwood flooring.
The concrete or wood floor surface lying under the finished floor. Prehung door assemblies are installed atop the subfloor.
The first flooring that is nailed to joists.
The boards or plywood that is laid over floor joists onto which the final floor is to be laid.