Hardwood in three season room?


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Old 12-17-02, 02:13 PM
PJ57
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Hardwood in three season room?

I'd like your advice on putting in a hardwood floor in a three season room. It's a second home that only gets used occassionally (couple weekends per month). When not in use the room could go to 80+ degrees in summer and down to below freezing in the winter. Pretty high humidy in summer as well. It would go over subfloor, not concrete. What are my options? 3/4" nailed, floating laminate/engineered, other? I'd prefer 3/4", but not sure it can take the temperature/humidity swings. Thanks for your advice.
 
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Old 12-18-02, 12:26 AM
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Not a good area for the options you're considering.
 
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Old 12-21-02, 04:53 AM
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If you really wanted to you could use douglas fir but i would not garantee an istall in that type of situation there are to many facters for it to go wrong but i have seen people do it.

Philly
 
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Old 12-23-02, 06:55 AM
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Thank you both for the replies. I guess we'll be looking at other floor covering options.
 
 

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