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What is an OSB Subfloor? (with pictures)

An OSB subfloor is a subfloor made from oriented strand board (OSB), a manufactured wood product. OSB is often used for sheathing in floors and walls, and in some regions, it is the building material of choice.

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OSB (Oriented Strand Board) Sub-Flooring

A few builders say that they prefer OSB over plywood for flooring because the surface (when new) is always clean, flat, and knot-free. Simply put, many contractors find OSB to be a more consistent product than plywood or other types of material for subfloor: every sheet is the same. The other motivation for builders to use OSB is money.

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Can I Use OSB in a Shed Floor? | Hunker

Oriented strand board, plywood and particleboard are all fabricated wood products, made by fastening pieces of wood into a solid form. Plywood is made by gluing together thin sheets of wood veneer with grains alternating.

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Plywood or OSB Subfloor: Which Is Better?

A plywood subfloor generally uses 1/2-inch to 3/4-inch-thick sheets of plywood that have one rough side (which faces down) and one smooth side, which faces up. The sheets are generally 4 x 8 or 4 x 12 feet in size.

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Restoration Guide: Sheathing, Subfloor and . - Old House Web

Typical underlayment materials in an old house include plywood, cement board, particleboard, or hardboard. These underlayments are used on top of the sheathing to create a firm, even base for sheet vinyl, linoleum, and other surface materials. Underlayments can be damaged by plumbing leaks, abuse, excessive wear, and high humidity.

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All About Subfloors - installing flooring over various sub-floors

3/4" Thick Solid Wood Flooring can be installed directly over 3/4" thick OSB subfloor. It is standard practice to install the hardwood floors at a 90 degree angle across the floor joists to stabilize and strengthen the whole floor structure.

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