as this is only the 2nd layer you can prep the floor and lay over with out new underlayment(next time is when you pull up everything) if this was m...
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try this, buy a small hand scraper,with a 4" blade,and start scraping,it may come up easy,if so buy the big 8" "stand up" scraper.once you get the ...
do you mean true lino or are you thinking sheet vinyl?both are great floors,vinyl tile wont be any less absorbant than sheet vinyl, i would check w...
how many layers of vinyl do you have now ?is the new one the 3rd layer,if so its time to tear out the old stuff and start over, if you add another ...
need more information,where is the tile installed,what did you use to glue it down? did you do a moisture test? please give as much info as possibl...
i would say most laminate floor go in the kitchen,so if thats your choice go ahead.the main thing about laminate floors is to keep them as dry as p...
pull up everything down to the subfloor.check how thick your subfloor is,it needs to be about 3/4" plywood or better. if it's less than 3/4" add a...
in my area you could take some tiles to a counter top company,and they could put an edge on the tile for you.
cabinet designers are real picky on there measurements,could you get exact measures and lay in a layer of 3/4" plywood to match the footprint of th...
the best possible way is to tear out all the layers down to your plywood subfloor,and then nail and glue a cement type backerboard. use thin set to...
i think the best answer here is to pull up the carpet (pull back the carpet) and get rid of the pad.the pad will hold on to water and will start to...
armstrong makes a product called "new begining" its a wax remover,they also make a floor cleaner called "once and done" for normal cleaning,and the...
i think both laminates and solid vinyl foors are good,there are many different types.what brand does your contractor recommend? compare costs with ...
you can put tile over tile.it's just the wrong thing to do. but if you are going to anyway,make sure you use a good adhesive (thin set) and know in...
parquet floors are normaly glued down and the "tile "is made of small pieces,this means it would be almost impossible to take up the floor. sorry
just to toss in my 2 cents worth , if the wood is 1" thick and not T & G , it's not regular wood flooring ,but it should still work. i assume you w...
probably not,the floor will need to be sanded ,some kind of wood bleach to try and remove the stain,and then refinished. best to call the pro's on ...
it is probably moisture,damp conditions cause problems.is your floor glued to a concrete slab? or is the floor over plywood (with a crawl space und...
you need to sand the floor smooth,stain to color,then put a finish on,the trick is where to start and stop. good luck