Subfloor stands up to the weather for a resilient home
One of the characteristics of a well built home is a lack of squeaks in the flooring. Squeaky, uneven floors can be the result of subfloors exposed to the weather, poor installation, sub-par materials and any number of factors. But squeaky floors won't be a problem in Su Verde, the Proud Green Home of Louisville.
In this video, builder Sy Safi of UberGreen Spaces & Homes talks about the Advantech subflooring from Huber Engineered Woods that's going into the high performance home at Norton Commons in Louisville. Safi talks about some of that advantages for the builder that homeowners won't notice, but will appreciate the high quality of construction over the life of the home.
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