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What type of subfloor should be installed under linoleum floor tiles?

Cement backerboard only
8%
Plywood only
50%
Combination of cement backerboard and plywood
12%
No special subfloor is required
16%
Not sure
12%
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Question: What type of subfloor should be installed under linoleum floor tiles?
Top Answer (50% of 24 votes): Plywood only.

Answer: No special subfloor is required
Explanation: The subfloor must only meet the structural standards for weight load, For linoleum floor tiles it must be smooth and seams sealed. If you do not do this step the imperfections of the subfloor will show through the tiles in the future.
A Better Flooring
Answer: Plywood only
Explanation: Plywood is used because it comes in different thickness depending on applications
David Garrett Floor Covering
Answer: Plywood only
Explanation: Manufacturers recommendations is to install 1/4 underlayment for a smooth lay
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