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What is LP flooring?

Last Updated: 1st February, 2020

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LP Flooring provides affordable hardwood floor installation and refinishing services of the highest quality and workmanship. We install all types of hardwood floors, including: Pre-finished Hardwood, Unfinish Hardwood and sand. We restore your existind hardwood floors, including: refinish, repair, screan and recoat.

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In this regard, what is LP ProStruct flooring?

LP ProStruct® Floor with SmartFinish® elevates the overall quality of sheds, barns and other outdoor structures with a durable overlay for a beautiful, professional-grade appearance. With no knots or voids, its a welcome change to traditional plywood flooring.

Also Know, what is SilverTech siding? Request SilverTech® siding on your new Cabin, Shed, Barn, Garage, or Playhouse! It's an ideal choice for sheds and workshops that helps keep stored items cooler and brightens the interior. A fantastic finish for your siding: Highly reflective surface helps brighten the interior.

Hereof, what is smart floor?

A smart floor is made of components engineered to withstand the stress and strain of everyday living. Extra durability and toughness is manufactured into the component parts, including an anti abrasive protective overlay.

What kind of wood should I use for a shed floor?

The recommended shed floor plywood thickness is 3/4 inch pressure-treated exterior-grade CDX plywood. This type of plywood won't sag when used on a 12 inches joist structure. It is rot resistant with knots replaced with football shaped plugs to give it a smooth moisture-resistant surface.

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Why is it called T 111?

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What is Silvertech?

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How thick should Plywood be for flooring?

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Can I use 1/2 inch plywood for shed floor?

Use 1/2-inch pressure-treated plywood in a light-duty shed. For basic storage of hand tools such as rakes, shovels, trimmers and others, 1/2-inch pressure-treated plywood as a shed floor will be sufficient.

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Do you need concrete slab for Shed?

A concrete slab is without a doubt the most durable form of shed foundation. Dense well compacted concrete provides a level stable base that is resistant to frost and localised ground movement. A level concrete slab is a good base on which to construct a timber sub-floor.

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What is the best material for a shed floor?

The best material for building the floor of your shed is pressure treated lumber. You can certainly use regular non PT but it won't last very long being that close to the ground.

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Can I put a shed right next to my house?

You typically can't build a shed within 10 feet of the rear property line and 15 feet from a side property line. There should be sufficient room between your shed and your neighbor's yard. If there is any question, review your permit, check with your HOA, or contact your municipality office.

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How much weight can a wood shed floor hold?

per square foot on a 10'x16' shed would be 3,200 lbs (10 x 16 x 20 lbs.).

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How do you protect a wooden shed floor?

Painting the shed floor helps protect and seal the wood, it reduces splinters, makes it easier to clean, and it looks so much better. Caulk any seams or gaps, patch any holes or gouges, and use exterior grade oil based paint for decks or floors. A primer-sealer as a first coat is a good idea too.