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Tiling onto a wooden floor
Can you use a plastic mat between the wooden floor and the tiles to absorb any flexing and movement in the wood
4 Answers from MyBuilder Tilers
I would recommend 12mm external plywood to be lay down to your floor boards, also use tiles adhesive s2 flexible for additional support .
Answered 11th May 2017
Use 12 mm ply screwed every 6 in and a flexible adhesive good luck
Answered 12th May 2017
Uncoupling matting will reduce side to side movement not up and down bouncy floors
Answered 13th May 2017
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