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Old 10-22-2016, 01:20 PM
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Question for the Pro Contractors

I agree that's the typical approach , and the way these old houses are done. Decked with shiplap on the bias, tar paper, then either hardwood or plywood for linoleum. Of course, they installed that with mastic, so the ply was essentially sealed top and bottom.
I'm still looking for input and proper info. Of course, just as every other project, this one continues to 'snowball'.
Discovered another leveling issue and that effort has found a twisting, cracked support beam. More to do under there.
There's also a nagging need for an upgrade on a plumbing segment.... but that's on hold for now.


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