2nd floor wood or concrete floor

Concrete Slab vs. Wood Framed Floors – Mountain Architects ...

Feb 28 2012 The short answer is “yes” but not significantly. Some wood flooring options don’t perform as well on concrete slabs and likewise for some hard flooring options on wood framed floors. In general however most flooring choices will work on either type of sub-floor and shouldn’t be a major determinant in which system you choose.

Wood trusses vs. Concrete vs. Other Options? for 2nd floor ...

Feb 15 2016 In south Florida your floor will typically be wood trusses. Not to say it couldn't be concrete but it would be very unusual for a single family home or 2 story duplex. Atypical concrete floor here in a commercial multi story buiding would be prestressed planks over poured concrete walls with another slab poured on top of the prestressed planks.Wood siding over brick?Aug 30 2009Concrete overlay on 2nd floorJun 28 2006DIY Floor Trusses?Mar 30 2002Floor trusses vs. I joists vs. lumberJun 23 2000

Wood trusses vs. concrete vs. ??? for 2nd floor (wood ...

Feb 15 2016 We have noticed that a lot of the new builds are either concrete 2nd floor or wood trusses with a layer of concrete over the plywood (at least that's what I think it is). I'm sure it's more prevalent here than in other areas of the country for a variety of reasons with one being the overall sturdiness of the structure built to withstand hurricanes.

Pouring Second-Story Concrete Flooring | DoItYourself.com

Dec 31 2009 Pouring a concrete floor especially on the second story is no job for a newbie. However with proper planning and access to quality materials your second story can be fitted with a modern polished concrete floor. Continue reading below Our Video of the Day.

Wood trusses vs. concrete vs. ??? for 2nd floor

We have noticed that a lot of the new builds are either concrete 2nd floor or wood trusses with a layer of concrete over the plywood (at least that's what I think it is). I'm sure it's more prevalent here than in other areas of the country for a variety of reasons with one being the overall sturdiness of the structure built to withstand hurricanes.