carpetmanMember since 01/26/03
i would not put commercial cpt down if i were you,heres why,(1) commercial cpt has no stain protection,(2) it will look flat and ugly. here,s what ...
i,m not sure what you will be doing? do you plan to pull up the existing hardwood?(can it be refinished,that would save you money?) also how do you...
it depends how much your willing to spend,what i would do is try to pull up the carpets ,i would think the top one is streached in? if so then no p...
i think you should get two wood refinisher's to give you a bid,ask if its possible to only repair the damaged parts of the floor...good luck
the pad may be sticking to the old wax on your hardwood floor,you might also try a wax remover...good luck
you could pound the nails down and lay your laminate over the lino.the nails wont be a problem for laminate.however you mention the floor is not le...
this might not work ,but if nothing else does try this,walm soapy water.dry with paper towel (woolite might work) good luck
i have had some success by pulling back the carpet,rip out the pad,seal the floor put down new pad,reinstall the carpet ,then have it cleaned. goo...
it may be because the p-board ( wrong product to install hardwood anyway)is to dense,are the nails going tru the hardwood ,but are not strong enoug...
my guess is its time to sand and refinish,if the floor is dull ,the existing finish has reached the end of its life.good luck
it's amazing how well some of the less expensive floors will hold up,i have had many people tell me the 1/4 product is great.but what i think you s...
well once we get past all the sales pitches,lets try to answer the question.buy a small can of polyurethane ,paint on a small test area,if you have...
in answer to your questions. (1)your riser will need to be the same thickness as the laminate (so it will fit up to the stair nose).(2) yes use con...
you need a stairnose,what type will depend on the tile you choose,i think you should stop by your local home depot and look at the kinds of transit...
i looked around for a link that might help you,mannington ind. mgf's all types of flooring ,read how they rate there floors. http://www.floorsearc...
i assume you mean "acrylpro" ceramic tile mastic,and yes home depot sells it.however i would take one of the tiles with you and make sure it's the ...
well sal you got two answers,and my point of veiw is different than woodgirl,so try this take a quater and try to scratch a laminate,then try it on...
to measure for carpet on stairs,first start at the top step(were to carpet is to start) run your tape measure down to the bottom (were the carpet i...
sounds like you have the situation well in hand,the only thing i can think to add is have someone confirm your understanding of what has happened.....