P5 Chipboard Flooring spacing?

Discussion in 'Builders' Talk' started by Virtual Voodoo, Jun 23, 2008.

  1. Virtual Voodoo

    Virtual Voodoo New Member

    Was on a job today where 22mm Chipboard has been laid over 230mm joists spaced roughly at 400mm centres.

    Due to the house being out of square etc a lot of the joists near the walls are a few inches away and hence a lot of the chipboard joins are not supported and join between two joists as the floor panels have started against the wall and thus thrown out the spacing.


    Is this OK as I thought all end joints should meet over a joist?

    If so what are the options?


    Noggin out and add supports in 4x2 on all unsupported joins?


    Cheers in advance. :)
     
  2. evo nut

    evo nut New Member

    Hello V.V

    If it was my house I would want my joints on the joists

    If i was the chippy doing the job i would want the joints on the joists

    evo nut
     
  3. ecm

    ecm New Member

    Agree with Evo. I've done my own house with new joists and P5 Sonae boards. The spacings that didn't work out I cut the boards to suit the joist centres. Anything else just isn't right really.
     

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