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Old 10-20-2017, 07:43 AM   #5
Gozo
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I take it to mean that the hardwood is NOT in yet. If so, then by all means hit the whole floor. Any looseness will if not now, later wind up squeaking. Had an area that I had to patch where a wall was removed. Did double up on tightening up the subfloor before the hardwood. You can tell by the feel walking over that section that it's more solid there. The squeaky areas with the hard wood, we didn't pull up, but used a double pitch threaded screw with snap off head made for this to tighten it up. Worked pretty well, but had to use filler to hide the holes from the screws.
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