if you "spot" repair.. it'll look funny, I'd re-screen the area, and put another coat down.. that'd be the best way..
Frank BMember since 03/09/03
how deep is the scratch?.. is the finished scratched, or is the floor gouged?.. if the finish is scratched there is an easy way to repair it..also,...
I would suggest looking at Karndean Tile.. it's amazing.....just my 2 cents...
Call a local Carpet contractor. They will advise you in the best way. THey'll probablly suggest a solvent to soften the glue. and then suggest scra...
a sub base for marble has to be perfect, or any of the vains that you see in the marble will crack.... therefore I'd suggest replacing as much of t...
Hi, If the grout is cracking you mixed it too "wet" grout should always be as stiff as possible so you applying the least amount of water therefor...
And as far as an ebonizing technique I've done this several times, but it looks best with Maple as a floor.. you need to start with an ebony analin...
Or just purchase old cherry and have it milled to your specifications..my other 2 cents worth..
I would not recomend this technique... it is very dangerous.1.) yoiu can get sick from the LYE.. not an option.2.) Staining a cherry floor and sayi...
Oh and as far as the finish goes.. well, that's a huge decision.. I think water base gives you the best protection for the money. it's more expensi...
Oh wow, it's gonna look great when it's finished.. it's going to be very red and gold in color if left natural...what do you want to fill by trowle...
yep!!.. pine is tough but it's still wood and when wood gets wet/dry/wet again it likes to walk around..
have a qualified for mechanic come over to assess the situation a custom reducer may have to be fabricated. THat would look the best and be the bes...
In stall the tile before the cabinets go in.. go wall to wall.. some may disagree, but it looks much better and provides a good layer of insulation.
well to install a heated floor unit (no matter what type of finish floor you're having installed) you have to start from the bottom up. Remove ever...
well, you certainly could, Using mastic after sanding the tile down. But the real issue is how your walls wil look. you'll have to install a littl...
outside of Philadelphia, But I do alot of work in Philadelphia. All the big restaurants, nite clubs... gimme a buzz.. 610-640-2000..
punch the nails but don't fill em, no reason too the filler won't match the floor no matter how good you think yor color matching skills are. it is...
what kind of floor was your wood floor installed on?.. concrete?.. sounds like it to me.. they used a black adhesive and did a horrible job install...