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...
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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 ...
i'm sorry this is not the correct part of the board to ask this question . try the misc. good luck
do you know what your carpet is made of?is it wool or olefin? if you don't know it is probably olefin.do you have any scraps of the carpet,if so pu...
what you have is a "mud bed" a common underlayment for tile,under that is plywood.i would pull it out down to the plywood.and replace it with backe...
you could find unfinished oak at good prices , look in your local yellow pages under flooring supplies....good luck
a couple of things to think about.to take up the existing ceramic tile floor,you will need to smash it out (hammer and chisel time) hard work and l...
there are many brands of hardwood , i have sold most of them,in that time i have never had a problem with a bruce hardwood floor,i would say check ...
the short answer is no.the long answer is the floor must be level as a sheet of glass,which means a lot of floor prep.ceramic tile may be flat(inc ...
you can,but what i would do is install 1/4" backerboard on top of your plywood,that will make for the best installationyou might also want to check...
i think the answer is ,if you want to change the color(stain) in a wood floor ,you will have to sand it.(yes you will get some dust) if you get bid...
most people call sheet vinyl,lino.they are however two differant products.the main mgf.'s armstrong,mannington tarkett & congoleum only sell sheet...
you have two ways to go,(1) cut the nose of the tread,so the riser is flush,or(2)build out the riser so it's flush.your tread will be smaller eithe...
all sheet vinyl mgf will warranty there product as a glueless install.the idea is it requires less floor prep.if you dont need to seam the floor t...