WITH A PRODUCT CALLED Z BAR. sorry bout caps
I would highly recommend trying to get you to forget DIY polished edge. do a search on Benissimo, it has a factory edge that looks like 3/4 Gran...
it should be totally possible to cut around the cabs to remove, then reinstall a floor, leaving ceramic under the cabs. I will do it in my kitchen...
Keep in mind, that if you change out the cabs in the future, you will have holes in the floor from where you did not install the wood, that is the ...
you could remove the cabinets if you want. You would need to buy more wood, and maybe another countertop. If you have to redo the countertop, an...
Anyone here ever live in Alaska? great state to test the stability of wood floors. Solids are not as stable as Engineered, it's like saying parti...
Homebuild and myself have been going back and forth over this under the cab thing, and the different between our two opinions, is that I dont say h...
Your contractor likes to keep local money local, see if he can get a decent price on the SAME brand. Kahrs Braz Cherry is not like other Braz cher...
scott, who is recommending install under the cabs? the salesmen? is it someone who can profit from the extra 45 square feet of 8 bucks a square fo...
well, I know nothing about reglazing, but I do know about common sense. If I had the job done, and it looked like that, I would complain. If it wa...
Homebuild is right, solid is not that much more than a real good engineered, but if you live in a dry climate, or are installing on concrete, engin...
I know nada about reglazing, but if I read this right, your saying that the glaze went well, but there is missing grout. scuse me, but it's earl...
in Aussie's case, it looks like they have new cabs coming, so your advice stands to put under the cabs.
I would not disagree with new construction, it's a fresh floor with no cabs to worry about. What I am finding dificult to understand is why someon...