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Are those sliding doors or regular hinged doors? The "friend" actually did a fairly good job of installing the flooring. There usually has to be a gap between the wall and flooring because the flooring will expand and contract if it's a floating floor. The gap is usually covered by molding fastened to the wall, not the floor. You can find different ...


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That may be (intended as) a termite barrier, and if so you don't want to trim it.


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It looks like a lead or aluminum damp proof course between the nib wall and the framing. If that's what it is it can be trimmed, as DPC only needs to be between the concrete and the wood.


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particle boards don’t tolerate well humidity so remove them if your place can get humid. They will fail and whatever you put of top of them won’t be properly supported. For subfloor, both plywood and OSB will work fine. Many use OSB because it is much cheaper and the appearance is not a factor. If you plan on stacking boards, always overlap the seams for ...


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