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Unread 05-22-2012, 09:28 AM   #4
userbob
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Makes sense.

Last question. Given that I'll be removing the furring strips, I'll need to fill that space in with another layer of 3/4" wood or my floor height will be 3/4" off from the adjoining room. Should I offset the seams of that as well? What should all be attached.

In other words, working from the basement joists up.

Joist attaches to first layer of wood.
Middle layer is offset to the 1/4 distance between the joists. It is screwed down to the first layer of wood, but not to the joists.
The top layer is offset ??? and is screwed down to ???. My intuition would be to offset it again another 1/4 and just screw it down to the middle layer.
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