Installing the Kitchen Sub-Floor
And underlayment. The problem with this overall house renovation project is that it’s mostly finish work, which is no fun. Finally got to do something that wasn’t finish work. Now I want to go and frame something or shoot some .22 rounds into concrete maybe. Next house.
Not pictured that should’ve been:
- Dremeling the underlayment to fit.
- Applying the latex underlayment putty to a couple uneven spots.
It was just the area where the old cabinets used to be and the floor exposed by taking out the wall that needed new sub-floor and underlayment. Took a few tries to figure out what thickness both of those needed to be (19/32 for the subfloor, 5 mm for the underlayment). Learned that all wood screws aren’t the same and that just because two boxes of nails have the exact same description on them, that doesn’t mean they’re the same quality of nail.
And if anyone in the Pgh area needs help installing a new plywood sub-floor, I’d be happy to help.