your best bet is to call in a general contractor for a bid,get the information and possibly try to do it yourself.but not an easy project....good luck
carpetmanMember since 01/26/03
call custom @1-800-272-8786 ask if they make the matching caulk,if so home depot can order it for you,get to the dept mgr if you run in to problem...
i dont think you should do wood floors with an eye on improving your homes value, a fellow near me added a ton of improvments to his home,when it ...
yes you can,use an acrilic mastic for ceramic tiles ,but you need a mirror adhesive for the mirror tile
each mgf of lino makes a cleaner ,a wax remover & a polish.for the best results use the stripper/wax remover to clean the floor,when dry put on the...
pull up the laminate and foam,see what type underlayment(if any )is down,if its the sub floor(no underlayment) then you will need to install backer...
hi dave,use 1/2 backerboard directly on the studs (no drywall, but over a moisture barrier)this will make the backerboard and the drywall flush as ...
kevin.you find out what's under the carpet when you pull it up.but pull up the carpet ,pad and tac-strip,remove all the staples,then give the floor...
who built this house?mad max...oh well all you can do is decide what looks best when you enter the room.get one line of tile down and fill all arou...
in your situation the only product that will work is sheet vinyl (lino) don't worry most companys make a "natural" look floor,make sure you check ...
any pre-wash stain remover (for your laundry)will work.spray some on the stain and wait about 5 min.spray a little more and use a white cloth ,punc...
heres how i would do it.pull the toilet/undo the bolts on the side,twist and lift.you will need to drain it first and turn off the water supply. if...
in general terms...1...laminate will cost about$4.00/ $5.00 a sf materials only flabor add $2.50 a sf.....2 ..carpet will cost about $3.00 a sf ins...
the plain facts are big box stores like home depot sell for less.they may not have the selection, but what they do have costs less than a full serv...
you can start out about an 80 to remove an existing finish,once again with a 120,and the 220 for your final ...good luck