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...
carpetmanMember since 01/26/03
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...
each area has it's own way of doing things...if most installers in your area dont see a problem your o.k..however if you have a plywood subfloor,as...
you might try having a janitorial company come in with a high speed buffer,and a new coat of wax,sometimes thats enough
anything mannington mgf's is first quality,they would be a very good choice...good luck with your new floor.
i'm not sure what these plastic edges could be ,they may be schluter bars.go to www.schluter.com and look around at that site.take a photo or two ...
i also contacted mohawk,and got the same answer.....no warranty,not recommended.so why not use a regular floating floor? they seem to look the same...
wonder board (with not as clean an edge as hardibacker)says no tape required,if you are using thin-set under and then screwing it down,seam tape se...
yes on the 1/4" hardibacker,and add a 1/4" layer of acx over the osb.....good luck
you may not be able to avoid the damage.do what you need to scrape,sand or grind off the old motar,then smooth out the slab with floor patch....goo...
i have never heard of a solid 3/4" wood being floated...i understand you can glue 3/4" plywood down,then nail to that...i have heard of a system th...
i think the answer is no...you may need to pull them up..after you sand of the paint ,see how it looks....good luck
(1)nothing to the vinyl,just use an acrylic adhesive as well as screws to hold down the 1/4" board....(2) use can use drywall tape,but some brands...
any laminate floor is repairable,however this is not a time for a do-it-yourself repair,call the store you purchased the laminate from ,have them g...