nothing you can do to change the floor now,but i doubt it will "wear out" any faster,clear silicone under the wall base may help hide gaps between ...
carpetmanMember since 01/26/03
explain your problem to the rental center, there are a number of different sanders that will work.good luck
the concrete will need to be with in 1/8 " of level each 10'( if you want the wood floor to be level,your slab needs to be level) good luck
carpet may be sold by the sq.ft. but the estimator will figure the job by the sq.yd., your room is 22'wide that could be 2 widths of carpet each ...
this can be done a couple of ways one is to use a #2 ceder roof shake , thick end to the hardwood and ramp the carpet to the hardwood. second is ta...
i would contact a general contractor(perhaps your home owner's insurance would give you a name)and have an estimate done,this type of problem may b...
you want to get off as much as possible,try putting boiling water on it,be aware that if the vinyl is older than 1986 it contains asbestos ,DONT SA...
i called the mgf.of custom products.they make "level quick" they tell me a gauged spreader is a perfect flat edge,such as a screed. good luck
sorry to be late with a post,but i wanted the answer to be correct,epoxy grout is the best possible way you can go(also the most expensive)it is us...
i have not done this myself ,but i have had it done for my customers,so i'm not sure what the product is,however it's a ceramic tile paint(very hea...
yes,the sticky residue wont hurt anything on a concrete slab floor .good luck
dont worry to much about the adhesive (sticky stuff) brush a little thin set (dry powder only )on the cement,that will fix it.good luck
i think what has happened is the wax from the hardwood is sticking to your carpet,you might try a heat gun,or some mild soapy hot water,dry the flo...
you will need to grout,with an unsanded grout.leave a fine line 1/16 between the tiles.after you thin set down the tiles seal them with 3 coates of...
you will need an adhesive remover,available at home depot,good luckp.s. what are you putting down to replace the tile
just re-read your post make sure you hit the joists with some of those screws
if the floor is squeeking,the problem may be, not enough screws ( it takes one screw,every 6 inches,every direction)if your situation is backerboar...
after you pull up your old carpet,it's common to find stains,they can come from pets,plants that were over watered.to some one that spilled the ice...