To lay a solid pine parquet 22 mm thick, 15.5 cm wide and 2 m long on particle board slabs, which rest on joists; is it better to stick the floor or install joists of 2 cm on which we can nail the floor? Are there clips like the paneling to fix the floorboards?
You can fix directly the parquet on panels of agglomerate, either by nailing (in the tabs), or by gluing.
Nevertheless, the interest of interposing joists is to bring somesound insulation between floors, weak point of the "simple" wood floors.
You can indeed put an insulation (wool, glass, rockwool, wool of wood...) between the joists. The disadvantage of this pose (except the cost), is a thicker floor thickness.
The clips are reserved for floating installation.
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