Old 01-19-05, 04:51 PM
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I am thinking about putting in a laminate floor in my living room and dining room. In two different doorways the laminate will meet ceramic tile that I installed about 8 years ago. So right now the tile floor is about 3/4 in. higher than the subfloor where the laminate will go. I was thinking of laying some type of thin plywood down to bring the floors closer to being level. Is there any certian type I shoud or should not use. We are leaning tword putting the Pergo Select flooring in. That is fairly thick, but we want the floors to be close to even. Any suggestions would be appreciated.
Old 01-20-05, 07:19 AM
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4 x 8 sheets of OSB, is going to be the most cost effective for raising the height of the substrate.

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