Subfloors play a critical role in the installation of various types of flooring, as they provide a stable and even surface for the new floor covering. The choice of subfloor depends on the type of flooring you plan to install and the condition of your existing floor. Here are some common types of subfloors used in flooring installations:
Before installing any flooring, it's essential to prepare the subfloor properly. This may involve cleaning, leveling, and addressing any issues like squeaks or structural problems. Additionally, some flooring types may require specific underlayment materials to enhance performance and sound insulation.
Always follow the manufacturer's guidelines and recommendations for the subfloor and underlayment to ensure a successful and long-lasting flooring installation. If you're unsure about the subfloor requirements or installation process, it's best to consult a professional flooring installer or contractor.

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