here is some info on cork flooring ,i hope it helps.the trick on cork is what kind of finish it has.one kind i have seen is clear vinyl over the co...
carpetmanMember since 01/26/03
if the 3/4" subfloor has no flex,then a 1/4 sheet of "A" sided plywood as your underlayment will be fine.(if you have some flex add the 1/2")good ...
pull the kick plate off the dishwasher ,look to see if it's leaking,a slow leak would travel under the laminate,call the company and have them do a...
the whole point of ceramic is choice,choose the one you like ,no set rules. try to mix sizes,maybe change from a square layout in the living room ...
try this leave out the 1" boards,change the plywood to 1" (this will save you 3/4")add your backer board ,then your tile.stop the tile just under t...
take the kick plate off the dishwasher,are the legs screwed all the way in or out,that well tell you if you have room to add a layer of tile and ba...
if i understand correctly,you can do which you think will look best, i don't think it's a right or wrong thing. i would put a stair nose on the la...
what you can do depends on how your floor is configured,is it a cement slab? is it a wood floor ,with particle board under the vinyl (as an underl...
i agree,dont do anything,let nature take its course,the floor will return to normal with the walmer weather,you might try a little floor wax in the...
the reason they make engineered flooring is so they can be installed(glued down) on cement slab floors ,floating floors will also work,so i think y...
you might consider stopping by home depot and picking up the pergo presto video tape (cost is about $7.00 )it is the same system as shaw,on the tap...
if the gaps were not there before then with the walmer weather everything should fall back in to place. good luck
i take it that you have an asbestos removal situation.well anyway,i think you need to remove the old flooring,what i would do is remove a small sec...
whats under the lino,wood or concrete? it helps if you say why you want to add a concrete floor,is there a problem with the existing floor? how do ...
i was waiting for you to tell me ceramic tile, and then i would have come back with " you need backerboard" but if you are using vinyl tile prep th...
answers in order. (1) no you don't need paper(2) yes you need to stagger joints (3)use a penney to make a gap(use as a spacer)p.s. why are you repl...
your question is too general to answer,cork , hardwood & tile are available at many price points.you need to set a budget,ask yourself what do i re...