11:03AM | 06/28/06
Member Since: 06/27/06
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My condo is on the 2nd floor. I want to replace all 800 sq ft of tile and replace it with either and engineered wood or laminate floating floor. I can get the tiles off with some thin-set left. When i chip off the left over thin-set there is some type of concrete, I think it is gypcrete. It seems light weight and i can chip away at it semi-easily. The surface of the gypcrete is not smooth. What do i use to get the surface smooth enough to lay the floating floor? Approx how much would that material cost for approx 800sp ft?


12:04PM | 07/02/06
Member Since: 11/06/02
1281 lifetime posts
is what you need. Several brands available. Go to a real supplier( as opposed to HD) and describe what you are going over.

You are not filling 800 sq ft. You are filling X# of volumne. So how much you need will depend on how much you damage the original and how deep you go

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