on May 12, 2015:
What thickness of plywood and how are they connected to stay connected and flat .... and what if on a concrete floor? thanks
Where in the world is the 'how to'? :) thanks
please be a bit specific ...
on Mar 20, 2015:
how would you clean this? Is it doable in the kitchen and bathroom as well?
on Feb 07, 2014:
Where is the tutorial on this whitewashed floor at the top?
on Jul 22, 2013:
How would you go about installing on stairs?
on Mar 06, 2013:
Excellent photos, thank you! Love the shiny version. FYI, here is another post from a small architecutre firm about plywood floors which includes a how to installation: http://parallellinesstudio.com/sketchbook/2012/11/8/13-ply.html
on Feb 19, 2013:
This is an excellent idea since we were putting ply wood down first, we had tiles our kitchen and bath so the floor was higher than we had anticipated.
We tiled the kitchen and the bathroom, so the floor is higher, and we were going to put down laminated floor, but had to raise the floor by first putting plywood, I may try this first. It may be the perfect solution.
on Jan 23, 2013:
Diannah, see my comment below to Anonymous.
on Jan 22, 2013:
Hello I love this floor I want to apply over a concrete slab, would you please advise on what is the best way to do this.
on Oct 22, 2012:
Can I install plywood over old laminate flooring (using the laminate as the subflooring)? I really do not want to demolishing the floor.
on Sep 30, 2012:
As for expanding and contracting I would leave the typical space for any wood floor up against each wall (1/4" I think). See instructions on hardwood floor installation. Also, plywood should be more diamentionally stable against expansion and contraction, but it doesn't hurt to be careful.
on Sep 29, 2012:
I am opening a hair salon, has anyone used this in a high traffic business? I love the look but don't want it to wear out too fast
on Aug 28, 2012:
Site says How to Included, but I see no such information. Please send me the information on how to set this floor on cement
on Jul 11, 2012:
I did this in 1990 in design school ( first home and budget) but also cut in a few walk-off tiles at exterior entryway Also stainless steel screws....lined in a grid. Just make sure to quarter turn the sheets and as everyone said, standard floor poly. Save money and buy finished one side ply.
on Jul 11, 2012:
How do you put it on concrete floor? If anyone has an ideal please share..thank you!
on Apr 28, 2012:
How does it wear? In a house with teens and dogs would a plywood floor hold up? And would it still look ok if it is a bit distressed?
on Mar 03, 2012:
Thank you! I'll show my husband what you replied and hopefully he'll know what your talking about:)
on Mar 03, 2012:
@Anon--I'd probably use 1" x 2" or 2" x 2" strapping/sleepers screwed to the floor, spaced every 16" or 24". (I'd nail the plywood to the sleepers.) Then I'd put ridgid foam between all those sleepers and probably put plasic sheeting over the top of the sleepers & foam as a vapor barrier. To be on the safe side, I'd check my local building codes.
on Mar 02, 2012:
How would you secure the plywood to a cement floor and make it look good?
on Apr 26, 2011:
Oh- So sorry! I see it now.
Any input on "how-to" ??