Three season room floor


Old 01-27-08, 08:30 AM
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Three season room floor

I would like to know the best choice for flooring in a three season room that has great extremes in temperature. It is an enclosed deck, above ground, with 3/4" osb over 2 x 6 deck flooring. Will self adhesive vinyl tiles take the temperature changes without showing gaps or pushing up at joints?
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Old 01-27-08, 04:49 PM
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Resilient tiles are out, just not going to work very well. Carpet will work if you can live with it. It will have a tendency to absorb moisture and smell in a few years.

The best flooring is always something hard, like ceramic or porcelain tiles. Depending on how your room is built it may be do-able. Well, it is do-able, just may have to stiffen the joists before you install the tile backer board and tiles. If done right, you'll love it for many years.

Let me know the specs of the subfloor joists system and subfloor thickness along with a description of the elevation and what's underneath.

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