1/4 subfloor? Are you sure it's not 1/4 underlay on 3/4 subfloor?
Well, I wouldn't freak out too much, but it is true that if done incorrectly, then fibers can settle in air vents and other nooks and crannies, and...
on site is cheaper. You most likely do not want a prefinished in the 8 dollar range, it may be lower quality. On site has drawbacks, it takes alot...
4 pound for a standard? lame... anyway, yes it does make a difference.... a huge difference? no...but considerable enough to find a place that...
Tom is right. Sounds like the insurance company is thinking way low, and the contractor is thinking way high. 2 1/2 to 3 tops....
there are no laws unless it is unbelievably blatent. Tearout is unknown. Is it screwed, nailed, glued? is it glued AND screwed? tough to say, nob...
well, what wouldn't scratch if it scratches tile? go for the tile....maybe a thru body porcelain would be the best for sure.
More great points Tom. I just have this bug in me, that irks me a bit every now and then. When you go to as many sites consistantly as I do, yo...
Tom makes some good points. Icore would be the wisest choice, but a good quality lam is completely acceptable as long as you clean up the big spill...
well, a floating bamboo and a Pergo can have quieter underlay than standard pads, but it will still be more noisy than a carpet. Bamboo will last ...
try lighter fluid. if that does not work, you need a stripper and a polisher from Armstrong...found at most floor stores.
plywood the whole way, Luan is cheaper, but you get what you pay for...let the big box stores use the Luan. Yes install the ply over the existing ...
water will be a problem for any residential product, but Amtico is used commercially and residentially.
yea, lesson learned, next time you will know. I like to say "price, quality, service...pick any 2"
Did lumber liquidators install? it isn't their fault it took so long for the install if they didn't do it. Did it say anywhere that you had 30 ...