Firstly, apply a continuous bead of adhesive to the joists and noggins on which the chipboard panels will be laid. Then lay a chipboard flooring panel down, adding a screw to the tongue at each tongue and groove joint, to secure it to the joist below.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Can I use chipboard flooring in a bathroom?
Chipboard flooring - the problems. 1. ... Newer 'green' chipboard is used to help with this but still isn't perfect. There's nothing at all you can do about chipboards hatred of water, for this reason don't use chip in a wet room or any constantly wet area. However the odd splash from a shower or bath isnt going to hurt.
Which way up should chipboard flooring be laid?
Boards are laid lengthways across the joists and 'printed side' up. Loose lay the first board so that its grooved side is towards the wall. Align it so that it is square with the joists and leave a 10mm gap along the wall edge to allow for expansion.
Does chipboard flooring need to be glued?
Connecting chipboard flooring If working with tongue and groove chipboard flooring panels, it is recommended to use adhesive to secure the chipboards. Firstly, apply a continuous bead of adhesive to the joists and noggins on which the chipboard panels will be laid.
How do you screw down a chipboard floor?
Chipboard screws - to fix down in place after you lay chipboard flooring use 60mm wood screws . You will need to use 5 screws evenly spaced across each joist so you can use as many as 30 screws per board. This makes it is easy to calculate how many screws to buy by counting the number of sheets (and multiplying by 30).
What's the best way to lay chipboard flooring?
Continue to lay chipboard flooring across the joists for the rest of the floor, ensuring the joints along the 600mm edges are staggered - always avoid joining on the same joist wherever possible. Joists: Your sub-floor joists should be at 400mm centres meaning the edge of the boards always falls on a joist too.
Why do I need to replace my chipboard bathroom floor?
Purely for the fact that when you do come to change the floor covering in the future the adhesive will be stuck solid, so when you rip it up you are only damaging a thin piece of ply which can be easily replaced rather than the solid boards fitted to your joists. So, would this be plenty good enough for a bathroom floor..
What kind of ply to use on chipboard bathroom floor?
18mm or thicker waterproof ply would be my choice. Ply or chipboard will both do the job but if going chipboard, then use the thicker stuff. If tiling, prime first then use a flexible adhesive. The only reason I suggested chip over ply is that it has the T&G edges.
Is there a leak under my chipboard floor?
Obviously its not a constant leak but over time it has amassed to the amount shown in the picture. Over the last few days I have had the leak fixed and proceeded to dry the chipboard floor out. It seems to me as though the whole area will completely dry out but im just worried about beneath the chipboard flooring.