i think both laminates and solid vinyl foors are good,there are many different types.what brand does your contractor recommend? compare costs with ...
carpetmanMember since 01/26/03
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
you need more information, what is the subfoor.wood or concrete. if its wood you need to pull up the lino and the underlayment .then you can nail d...
i would say yes! if the cabinets are light then the flooring should be dark.if the cabinets are dark then the flooring should be light.look at some...
there is nothing in flooring that i know of that would work,water ruins everything.that inc's hardwood,lino or sheet vinyl & carpet,put down a rug ...
you can buy a cement sealer at your local home depot ,if you are having a ceramic tile installed that will not require sealing,but the grout will r...
in most cases you would need a subfloor and then an underlayment,sheet vinyl needs a very flat smooth floor(think sheet of glass smoth)the conditio...
don't worry ,its easy.stop by any tile store they will show you how,all you need are simple tools.good luck
from a do it yourself point of view,your all set.(lay the tile over the floor as it is now) you need no other underlayment,and nothing will work as...
hold a shot of steam ( from a steam iron )over the spot and then brush or vacume the carpet.if you do nothing at all,it will come back in a few wee...
can you lay the new subfloor over the planks,perhaps you can lay a plywood underlayment over the planks.if the floor is sound thats all you need to...
get ready to cringe,pull the old tile (the drywall will come too) replace the drywall with backer board and then re-do the tile .good luck
cut back adhesive looks like black tar and smells a little like solvent,i don't think you have much of a safty issue,use a solvent to clean the lea...