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Bought 16' last year and bedded it on sand on 2x2 slabs... Worked very well but at the end of the year a ton of dry sand was a ton and a half of wet sand... Plus kids run it into the house on their wet feet... This year I was contemplating 2" polystyrene but it's working out at £96... So I'm now thinking old carpet that can be dumped or dried out to use ...


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As mentioned in the comments of my answer most quality underlayment (minus cork) now comes with one taped side. To install the manufacturers recommend laying out the taped side in the same direction much like you will lay out the wood on your floors - for example if you have to make cuts on a row stagger them. Let's imagine a small room. It is 12 feet ...



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