LP Legacy® sub-flooring panels use a self-spacing tongue and groove system that is engineered to fit together with ease.
Join builder pros Jordan Smith and Kyle Stumpenhorst as they show how easy it is to install LP Legacy® Premium Sub-flooring.
Be sure to install panels with the APA trademark stamp facing down. Look for the “This Side Down” designation.
Don’t force the panels together—the tongue and groove profile is self-spacing, allowing for a one sixteenth of an inch gap along the panel edges.
Before the glue sets, complete all nailing of each panel. Make sure fasteners penetrate at least one inch into the framing members.
LP Legacy put its product to the test, pitting its strength against one of nature’s most formidable adversaries, 160 miles off the coast of Baja, Mexico, lies Isla Guadalupe.
Wood scientists at the University of Maine Advanced Structures and Composites Center tested LP Legacy panels in a four-phase, 14-month study designed to simulate the potential extremes of a real jobsite and wear in a finished home.
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