hardibacker is a cement board,it comes 1/2 thick(for walls)mount over a moisture barrier such as 15lb roofing felt,over the studs.because its 1/2 t...
carpetmanMember since 01/26/03
i/4" plywood is not enough to hold down a 3/4" solid wood floor,it needs to be 3/4"..but have you looked at a hardwood floating floor,it wont matte...
if you have a cement slab ,most of the work has been done.have a ceramic tile put down ( or do it yourself,it's easy) and it should last a life tim...
if the toilet wont go gack there is a collar you can buy that will extend the soil pipe.available at any home depot...the sink should not change un...
i'm the # l fan in the world of pergo,but if you can live with the cost of hardwood,it's a no brainer.....hardwood all the way...good luck
well you should get the plastic over the dirt,but if you cant then just get the plywood down over the existing,roofing felt between the layers wont...
make sure the moisture is not coming from a leak inside your home first.get a bid from a mobile home repair service (get two bids)let them tell you...
your topic says 24" and your post says 2x4,i assume its 24" on center,but not with 2x4's.it depends how thick the plywood is across those joists.th...
almost any laminate floor will stand up ,with out a problem,to your dog.however a ceramic floor would be even better....good luck
i have not seen this type of flooring,but if its wood ,a hardwood mastic will hold it down.(available at any home depot)as to what to put between,i...
sorry no good news...peel and place tile won't stick to p-board,it has to be plywood.and i would also use a vinyl tile adhesive (henrys # 430) if y...
a couple of smaller companys have made curved transitions for laminate,find out who is the big flooring supply house in your area and call them.the...
i was hoping one of our hardwood pros would answer this,but here go's.i would hammer down the nails in to the plywood,(add more as needed) normal w...
well none of them are waterproof,however backerboard is as close as you will get...use hardibacker it will be easy to prep...good luck
use 1/4" backer board ( i think hardi backer is the best) glue and screw down the board.use tile mastic or thin set to glue down the board,use thi...
try to find a sheet vinyl installer,they are used to pulling multi layers of underlayment up,sometimes you cand find one who will do it as a "side ...
this is just a guess but i think the floor you have has a "wire brush" finish.(the grain of the wood looks like it's been scratched out)if this is ...
The black adhesive is called "cutback". The best thing you can do is get all the tile up, then lay sheets of 1/4" ACX plywood,nailed down over the ...