Subfloors

A wooden floor can be placed in different ways. The method used depends on the current floor of your home. This floor acts as a subfloor and base for your new floor.

Working Floor

The top layer of the subfloor is considered as a working floor. Our experienced inspector assesses whether this layer is suitable for installation of a wooden floor. Sometimes it is necessary to improve the quality of the existing subfloor. We always have a solution. All working floors must be flat, dry and firm. We describe the details of the different types of subfloors for you below.

Sand Cement Floor

Concrete Subfloor

You can find these floor mostly in new buildings.

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Wooden Subfloor

Wooden Subfloor

It is possible to use a wood subfloor as a base for your new wooden floor.

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Anhydrite Screed

Anhydrite Screed

Anhydrite screeds are widely used in new construction projects because these types of floors can be applied quickly and are also insensitive to cracking.

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Cork Subfloor

Cork Subfloor

The properties of cork floors make it less well-wearing and no foundation for gluing. However, it is possible to use it as a subfloor for your wooden floors.

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Tile Subfloor

Tile Subfloor

You can use a tile floor as a base for your wooden floor.

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Parquet Subfloor

Parquet Subfloor

It is possible to use a parquet floor as a base for your new wooden floor.

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