Sounds to me like at lest 50/50 chance that it is manufacturing defect unless substrate has water or dogs ae peeing on it. Time to get rep on site.
PiffinMember since 11/06/02
A good finish is there to protect the flooring as a sacrificial layer. You have to replace it sometimes. With the old wax floor finishes, it was o...
If the vinegar doesn't do it or the bleach won't, try that new Oxy clean enzyme stuff on it. Failing that, you'll need to grind it our mechanically...
PL Premium polyurethyne construction adhesive is the best glue on the face of the earth, IMO and will practically weld your wood threshold to the c...
Most engineered lam flooring I know of needs a thin foam pad under it anyway. You shouldn't need to remove any of the old sheet covering if it is s...
It's hard to imnagine this being that bad but I know how it is when something gets your eye and bugs the snot out of you. You can restart in center...
A steel framing member costs less than a similar wood one. There are other labor and fastening costs that can add to the finished price though.BTW,...
A regular straight mortise bit will do similar cuts in small imcrements. A hogging bit will remove more material at one time by either having a slo...
It's interesting. In some tabloid type magazine, I came across an artile saying that twenty substances were just added to the official list of thin...
You've got a good site there Eagle. Still altering it? LOLI'm wondering if you have missed any wood working forums in the world with this. I get ar...
I can do more than imagine it. I've seen it a number of times, always from inadequate ventilation. Once was where it was from a disconected dryer v...
Water control comes first.Grade soils away from house and maintain gutters/eaverstroughs. If that doesn't stop water penetration, more drastic and ...
You are right to be concerned about your friends idea. I have done similar projects and I have to tell you that it is only in your imagination that...
Spraying a ten percent bleach to kill the mildew is OK. It will probably stop growing once you control thew moisture problem. You don't want a humi...
3/8" or 1/2" is most common but different carpet layers have different preferences and the style of carpet and thickness of pad can influence that ...
Your lookouts are fine unless you are in an extremely heavy snow load area like high mountains or snow belt of WNY.I didn't say to put SR before st...
http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&lr=&ie=UTF-8&oe=UTF-8&q=gazebo+plans&spell=1 Have you tried this page?
You are a little short on details but let me venture an educated guess...It is not the walls dipping in, but when the drywall was taped in the corn...
Strapping is normally 1x4 or 1x3 @16"oc. Yes, I would do it!Whether to do or not with boarding finish is dependent on which direction you want the ...