yes you can ,it wont be a problem,use a spacer around the edge,fill the gap with sealant (to stop water geting under the laminate) and your all set...
carpetmanMember since 01/26/03
if the floor will only come up in small pieces,you might concider laying your new floor over the old one ( use a floor patch to bring back to level...
i don't know what these companys would charge plus it my not be the same here as in your town...however you might concider doing it your self ,it n...
all you can do is call everyone in the phone book and ask if if they ever sold a product like this, but i think your chances are slim.....sorry,goo...
try bleach to clean you grout,if it comes clean you will need to buy a grout sealer (buy the best one) if it still wont come clean then it's time t...
you will need a plastic moisture barrier aprox 4/6 mil and then the foam pad,some mgf make an all in one foam & moisture barrier.....good luck
kenmore is a se,ars brand (i think) they can get you one...good luck[This message has been edited by carpetman (edited December 06, 2003).]
don't worry about the moisture test,your guy sounds like he knows what he's doing....re the wood call the mfg and ask if it can be glued down,bambo...
talk to the people you purchase your wood from,in my area (west coast,high desert) we would never glue down a solid wood floor.no problem on an eng...
the sealer will work on the p-board....why not use a hardwood floating floor,take a good look at "coastal woodlands" by bruce at your local home de...
have you concidered painting the tiles? talk to the best paint store in town (the one the pros use)i know this can be done,however i have not done ...
the only thing i can think of is to clean the wood flooring with an ammonia and water solution ( this of course is very bad for the wood,but you pl...
do you mean stair treads made from carpet? or are you talking about the rubber/vinyl ones?
what i would do is lay the backerboard in the existing adhesive and then screw it down,don't use the thinset under the backerboard.....good luck
you may not like this answer,but...you will need to remove all the tiles off all 3 sides of the tub,just smash them out clear every thing down to t...
you need a floor scraper,cost about $6.00 from home depot.(make sure the blade is in the correct way, its often sold with the blade in backwards)wh...
marble is a very soft natural stone,that is easy to scratch and stain...that said,don't worry to much find out if the floor has been "sealed" how o...
i don't see why not...but if you use a air compesser each "hit" will be the same,that hammer gets heavy after a few hours....good luck