BU645 Installing timber strip flooring over timber joists

Abbreviation
BU645
Valid from
1/12/2019

Information provider
BRANZ Limited
Information type
BRANZ Bulletin
Format
PDF, Hard copy

Description

In the past, timber floorboards installed over timber subfloor framing was the main option for flooring. Despite a wide range of other flooring options now being available, timber strip flooring is still a popular choice in both domestic and commercial situations.

Timber strip flooring is now more commonly installed over a concrete slab, but the traditional method of fixing floorboards over timber joists remains in use. A particular benefit is the level of resilience it gives to floors in spaces such as gymnasiums, squash courts and dance floors that cannot be achieved when timber flooring is laid over a concrete slab.

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This bulletin replaces Bulletin 390 Laying timber strip flooring over timber joists.

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This bulletin replaces Bulletin 390 Laying timber strip flooring over timber joists.

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BU645 Installing timber strip flooring over timber joists

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BU645 Installing timber strip flooring over timber joists

Description

In the past, timber floorboards installed over timber subfloor framing was the main option for flooring. Despite a wide range of other flooring options now being available, timber strip flooring is still a popular choice in both domestic and commercial situations.

Timber strip flooring is now more commonly installed over a concrete slab, but the traditional method of fixing floorboards over timber joists remains in use. A particular benefit is the level of resilience it gives to floors in spaces such as gymnasiums, squash courts and dance floors that cannot be achieved when timber flooring is laid over a concrete slab.

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BU645 Installing timber strip flooring over timber joists
Description

In the past, timber floorboards installed over timber subfloor framing was the main option for flooring. Despite a wide range of other flooring options now being available, timber strip flooring is still a popular choice in both domestic and commercial situations.

Timber strip flooring is now more commonly installed over a concrete slab, but the traditional method of fixing floorboards over timber joists remains in use. A particular benefit is the level of resilience it gives to floors in spaces such as gymnasiums, squash courts and dance floors that cannot be achieved when timber flooring is laid over a concrete slab.

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BU645 Installing timber strip flooring over timber joists

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