well i have never tryed it but it should work fine...good luck
carpetmanMember since 01/26/03
try filling up the holes with a matching grout(unsanded) that should work fine,you could also add a two part epoxy to the grout (available from cus...
if you want hardwood in a bathroom ,your best choice would be an engineered product (stands up to water better than solids)as to brands home depot ...
in general terms when you have a ceramic tile floor,the only thing you can do is tear out the old one.....carpet may go over the top,laminate might...
what you need to know is ,how is the tile floor layered.from the top down (tile) then some kind of backerboard? or was the tile glued to plywood,is...
every tile store should have somthing ,they all will do the job,however go to the web site for [URL=http://www.midwestpadding.com look at insulate ...
the thin set mortar is all you need( make sure its a good one don't buy the cheep stuff.)good luck
get a good floor scrapper,sometimes a flat shovel will work,a heat gun may be needed to help loosen the tile...good luck
a corner can be a good place to start,think about which way will reguire the least amount of cutting (of the underlayment)nothing special at the ed...
# 1.use plywood,acx is fine,1/4" thick.# 2.stagger the underlayment,run it the otherway from the one you are going over.# 3.take off the threshold...
butal is a water proofer,used under ceramic tiles,in wet or humid conditions,it may be sold in your area by roofers,look in the phone book under "w...
i'm sure you are correct.i live in the nevada high desert,and we allways get the wood to about 6%. i was not thinking of the humidty back east....t...
i think the best install would be to nail them (no glue)make sure the moisture content is down to aprox 6%,and make sure the wood is in the rooms t...
wall base is usually nailed on,run a razor on top of the base,then slip a putty knife between the base and the wall.ease the base off the wall....g...
the most important thing about installing laminate is to make sure the floor is acclaimated,this means the lamanate has to be at room temp.for 3 da...
i would think the best install would be to nail the floor down (no glue) however ask the people you purchased the wood from,they will be best able ...
the floor will need to be sanded and refinished,a job best done by the pro's,....good luck