first question...how long was the wood in the room(s) before it was installed?hard wood must be at room temp.for a week at least.......if this was ...
carpetmanMember since 01/26/03
dont forget you are adding an extra layer to your existing floor,dont trap the dishwasher.also if the lino is over an underlayment,you can not exte...
if its a solid sheet ,you had better make sure you make a pattern,only one shot to get it right,up to the tub,door,and soil pipe....good luck
i think i understand the problem,you are putting laminate in the hall (or master bedroom) and the laminate will not match up to the bath,unless you...
what kind of tile?what is your subfloor? why don't they lay over the top?please post a reply
a laminate floor will scratch less than a hardwood floor (however a hardwood floor can be refinished,not a laminate)...most brands of laminate will...
i can think of two ways, (1)a schluter bar (2) a hardwood reducer.both are available from home depot....good luck
yes you can use greenboard,but cement board will be better.you can use drywall screws,but backer board screws are coated ,so they dont rust(no stai...
look in your local phone book for hardwood refinishing,have two companys come out and give you a bid,ask lots of questions.
you will need underlayment staples.7/8" should be fine...a rental center will have the gun and the staples...when you put down the board put one st...
the best thing you could do is invest in a high quality hard surface flooring such as ceramic tile or commercial sheet vinyl....good luck
sanding remove's very little of the wood.but you can try the medium first and see how that works....good luck
every floor store has some kind of laminate. look around at as many brands as possible to fine one you like.dont buy the cheep ones (less than $2.0...
well you are correct 5/8" is the minimum...why not play it safe and add a layer of plywood or osb (about 1/2") lay it out in the other direction o...
the question is then why the dips,the answer is water damage.you may find you need to remove the underlayment,and poss.some sub floor repairs....ch...
you can use ringshank nails,aprox 1-1/4".one nail every 6" ,top to bottom and side to side,then every 3" at the sides....good luck
self level patch is not as easy as you might think.normaly a cement based floor patch(you trowel it on)works better .how much out of level is your ...
your best bet is not a self leveling patch,but a regular cement based floor patch.in your post you don't say what your sub floor is.is it p-board,p...