So, the floor joists are moving up and down as if they are not supported in crawl space? OR are the joists solid and the floor is separated from the sub floor.OR both conditions exist
Hi, I am not looking for an accept which is why I am sending an "Info Request" instead of an "Answer". I do not in reality require an additional information from you.
I felt compelled to confirm Stephen Cutlers advice that you under no circumstances other than perhaps if it has indeed "always since the home was built, been bouncy" You SHOULD NOT simply cover this up with 3/4 plywood!!!!
If it h ave only become bouncy over time, there is damage that needs to be repaired. First find out what caused the damage and repair it.
You should also accept Stephen Cutler's Answer as it is the accurate answer.
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