double sided would be the easiest, but better results from the harder to use iron. What is tricky is the row cutting and proper technique that com...
if you can take the heighth, then put backerboard down on the vinyl. I would remove vinyl and underlay in one swoop, then install new backerboard....
well, the only carpet that should be glued down without pad, is a low pile commercial or berber carpet. But I like just a tad bit more comfort whe...
even if you do find enough, it will be a different dye lot. just so you know... unless the tile is screened...most likely not.
Ceramic needs concrete board first on the plywood before install. Hardwood needs depend on the hardwood. For the concrete areas, ceramic can go on...
either stained concrete, or Armstrong sheet vinyl flooring. Is it super hard like concrete, or is it semi soft?
I think there is some confusion. What I said was "if you want to save money...DO NOT install on top of the vinyl" Tile need stability, and vinyl ...
well, you could tile first as long as the vanity will not be smaller... I would just tile after...no biggie. If you really want to save money, ...
Some have done it and have been fine....so far... A professional should not tell you it is o.k. unless they do not plan on being in town long enou...
I know little about joist work, but I would replace with 3/4 tounge and groove plywood and nail the 3/4 wood to that.....should be a stable floor f...
Plastic Laminate would be the best choice for the short term, like 15-20 years if you get the right Laminate. Wood will be the wisest choice for l...