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Model 486701

Internet #203169027

Store SKU #486701

23/32 in. 4 ft. x 8 ft. T&G Premium Subflooring

$23.68 /each

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Our new tongue and groove profiles are engineered to fit together quickly and easily. This subfloor carries the APA stamp and exceeds PS 2-10 standards. Backed by a 50 Warranty against delamination and manufacturing defects, the subflooring also has a 100-day No Sand guarantee.

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  • A tongue and groove profile that provides added strength
  • Panels will not delaminate and there are no core voids
  • Backed by a 50 year limited warranty and a 100-day no-sand guarantee
  • Pinnacle is available in either fsc or sfi chain of custody certified wood
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Can this be used on a wall of a garage with vinyl siding over outside area.

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Use 7/16" OSB for walls outside. This is for subfloor
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Usually 1/2" CDX is used but many builders in harsher climates prefer 7/16" OSB (be sure to check code requirements in your area) because it is more water resistant than plywood..and in most cases a bit cheaper. OSB is more rigid yet is able to hold up to expansion and contraction quite well. Use ring shank nails to keep it from 'popping' during expansion and contraction.
Wrap your walls then your
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Usually 1/2" CDX is used but many builders in harsher climates prefer 7/16" OSB (be sure to check code requirements in your area) because it is more water resistant than plywood..and in most cases a bit cheaper. OSB is more rigid yet is able to hold up to expansion and contraction quite well. Use ring shank nails to keep it from 'popping' during expansion and contraction.
Wrap your walls then your window frames and insulate well in any cracks. Be sure to use the form fitting insulation for your vinyl siding so it resists impact better and keeps your garage warmer in cool weather shortening car warm up time etc. good luck
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April 7, 2016
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This product is a subfloor.
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T & G vs. Regular 23/32 Plywwod

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I'm not a carpenter but I am pretty handy. I poured a concrete T foundation and I am installing a 12X18 Ft floor over 2X8X12 Floor joists spaced 16" on center. I bought 9 sheets of 23/32 4X8 plywood but I'm having second thoughts because everything I read talks about T & G subflooring. Can I use the the standard 23/32 X 4X8 plywood or do I need to use 23/32 4X8 T & G Plywood ?
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Better water resistance, stain repellant, more rigid and can be used without 'squeaking' up to 24 OC joists. My current project is a 112 year old Craftsman style farm house and barn etc. this is the only exception (other than required code materials) where we are not using the original materials refinished. The original pine planks had long rotted and been covered with six or more layers of flooring and Read More
Better water resistance, stain repellant, more rigid and can be used without 'squeaking' up to 24 OC joists. My current project is a 112 year old Craftsman style farm house and barn etc. this is the only exception (other than required code materials) where we are not using the original materials refinished. The original pine planks had long rotted and been covered with six or more layers of flooring and pressboard or plywood adding up to almost 4" thick of declining floor needing removal and replacement. The 24" OC joists are sound and our choice of 23/32 4x8 Premium T&G so far is the right choice for a heavy radiant floor heating system and 3/4" bamboo hardwood and period tile flooring and fixtures.
But be sure to use ring shank nails AND a quality construction glue to be sure it doesn't 'pop' and start squeaking during expansion and contraction conditions. We see -20F to +115F deg around the seasons with severe winds so we think about everything!
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I know this is an old question but the existing answer was nonsense so just in case someone has the same question later...
T&G is worth the extra cost as it keeps the edges aligned and prevents them from separating. Once they are locked together, that floor will stay much smoother and flatter than without T&G. I personally wouldn't do a sunfloor without using T&G.
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Easy for install...
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how well will this resist moisture in a kitchen setting. Yes it will be covered by linoleum.

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is this water resistant
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Product is probably too rough under linoleum\sheet vinyl, would telegraph texture and seams through the sheet goods.Seams have built-in gap to allow for expansion. Would need to be skimcoated or covered with lauan. It is designed to be subfloor material. Moisture resistance would be similar to OSB or ext. grade plywood.
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It depends on your flooring and your prep.
I use a light coat of 'Kills' white paint on the smooth side up. Then I use a 180 grit sandpaper VERY lightly over this to give the surface 'tooth'. I then apply my floor leveler product with latex primer 1/2-1cm thick (I use stout wood 90deg corner molding to 'fence in' the leveler for squared areas and the very bendable foam-form molding for custom shaped
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It depends on your flooring and your prep.
I use a light coat of 'Kills' white paint on the smooth side up. Then I use a 180 grit sandpaper VERY lightly over this to give the surface 'tooth'. I then apply my floor leveler product with latex primer 1/2-1cm thick (I use stout wood 90deg corner molding to 'fence in' the leveler for squared areas and the very bendable foam-form molding for custom shaped areas and tape it securely.
Once it is thoroughly dry (don't rush this step or cracks will need filling) then apply your flooring as usual. If your flooring is installed correctly it should last many years worry free.
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If the edges of your linoleum are sealed - as they should be, then moisture, at least from above, should never be a concern, unless the surface of the linoleum is torn or otherwise compromised .
But if your installing this subfloor over a slab or a damp basement, then you'll need to install a vapor barrier below.
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Can this subfloor be painted?

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Yes, we used 46 sheets in a hundred year old house re-floor. It fits nicely but better yet, we were able to use oil based 'Kills' (also at Home Depot) to protect from future moisture since our area is prone to high Spring ground water. Our pumps clear several thousands of gallons per day to keep the basement dry but there is still a month or so of concern for the exposed wood. This is a very good Read More
Yes, we used 46 sheets in a hundred year old house re-floor. It fits nicely but better yet, we were able to use oil based 'Kills' (also at Home Depot) to protect from future moisture since our area is prone to high Spring ground water. Our pumps clear several thousands of gallons per day to keep the basement dry but there is still a month or so of concern for the exposed wood. This is a very good structural option to base your floor/wall radiant heat system in as well. Expansion is negligible and it is tight as far as keeping the warmth where you want it. Read Less
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Yes, this product is stainable and paintable.
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Rated 3.0 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Compared to Advantech This product comes up on the HD website when you search Advantech. Granted it does not say it is the Advantech brand, it is clearly suggested that it is at least comparable. The 'Pro' at the store actually said it was the Advantech product. I would agree with remodel1, it is not Advantech. It is not water resistant treated with waxes and resins, the chips used in the material are larger that those in Advantech. Smaller chips lend strength to the product. I was using it for the floor in building a small workshop, which will be ok. I would spend the extra $5/sheet if putting it in a house, especially for hardwood. There doesn't appear to be $3/sheet extra quality between this premium T&G, and the non-premium(grey edge). April 11, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by not advantech I was using this stuff right beside advantech this stuff did not lay is flat was not as strong of is stiff . I try to use a crow bar to remove a nail that bent when I got in to a floor joist went I pulled on the bar it went though the premium subfloor I could not believe it. Next time it will be advantech. January 24, 2015
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