Sunroom flooring - use as is or replace with something more rot proof
The flooring from the sunroom as well as the small extended side covered porch is the same flooring made of 2 x 6's. I would assume they're treated lumber as they still look in good condition. Even though the boards are bone dry and look solid, is it advisable to replace flooring just in the sunroom with something more weather or rot proof, or could we simply treat it as a subfloor and leave it alone and work from there? Is that even possible to do so after the fact as the floor boards extend the exterior wall?
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