Under the carpet in my 1919 house is that hard linoleum (like in schools). Under that is what my dad calls the subfloor. I want to remove the carp...
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We will be replacing all the carpet in our home with hardwood floors next summer, but in the meantime I need an inexpensive way to put hard floor i...
I recently purchased a home previously occupied by someone who fancied themselves quite the "do-it-yourselfer" He installed shower tile directly o...
I have an upstairs bathroom with a tiled floor and crack across the middle. I've been told that this is probably not the original flooring and when...
We're using a radiant heating system in concrete. This will be in our barn/shop that we'll live in while we build our home. We'd rather not insta...
I am experiencing separation in my Wilsonart flooring in the wintertime. Then by summertime it will come back together. What can I do to keep thi...
In my laundry room I have some old vinyl flooring that I cant get up. I have tried pulling it up but it leaves some old black paper stuff. Under ...
I don't usually do much tile work but have been offered a lucritive deal. My question is what should I charge per foot for a COMMERCIAL tile projec...
I am purchasing a home where the former owners have placed tile in a den and I would like to carpet over it. Is this possible or will I have to ta...
I have a 1961 trailor that I am remodeling. We tore up the carpet and found a plywood floor that has a lot of pet stains (cat). We need to know if ...
My husband and I are restoring/renovating a house that was built around 1780. The floors are in good shape, but have been painted around the edges...
I am restoring a very old wood floor. I have removed thousands of nails (at least it seems likethousands). There are many gaps between the planks t...
I have radiant heated marble tile floor in my bathroom. Recently I cleaned the floor with a mixture of vinegar and water and found that the mixtu...
I'd love to refinish the maple flooring in our home, but I'm not sure what to look for in a rented floor sander. Any advise would be appreciated.Th...
HI,I am looking for a good oil based finish.Any response is greatly appreciated.Thankspxh
I ripped up carpet in my 1940s bungalow, and in trying to remove carpet glue, used too harsh of a stripper...I now have a 4ft. patch that is comple...