Jan 24, 2021 8:48 am
Planning to use hybrid flooring for my house. I've read instructions of hybrid flooring and they do not recommended float directly over timber flooring; this I'll be laying hardboard on timber flooring before laying hybrid planks.
however, the kitchen floor is on tiles, while the rest on timber. without hardboard, there's a drop of around 5mm between timber flooring and tiles. if added hardboard on timber, it would be near 10mm.
what should I add overlay to the tiles to make an even "subfloor" for the same hybrid planks across these floor?
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