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Bucketboss is right, that site is really fun, pretty soon there will be many members, and the features are great!
You absolutely get what you pay for. I wouldnt dare touch a product that cheap.
I know we have talked about this, and it can be glued to the concrete, but can the wood be floated as well?
You have a woven product most likely, so it seems to me that if you keep your rug off that area, perhaps the light will change that area to match the rest. SInce ...
I have heard many many nightmares with peel n stick tiles over the course of 7 years. My only advice if you absolutely want to use them, is buy an extra box.Maybe...
I found another site that is pretty neat. If you cannot find the answer here, maybe you can there. http://www.contractorschatroom.com/forums/
The one way to test I hear about most often is Alkelai testing. Not sure how it works, but search for it on the net. I have done a basic test by getting a square ...
Your right, glue to the concrete. This is totally new news to me.
Well, I checked, and now it looks like bruce is giving the ok to glue down to concrete. I guess adhesives have gotten alot better recently so go for it! Follow th...
Wierd. Is there a new process I do not know about? This sounds off the wall to me.Have you done a moisture test on the concrete?I am just flabergasted.
Ok, I see now, the glue is for the tounge and groove. In your posts you said that they said glue it to the concrete, but in fact you glue it to itself, not actual...
snap together is an engineered floor, and an engineered floor can be floated. You cannot glue anything but maybe ceramic tile to concrete. If you glue solid hardw...
as long as it is an engineered floor, you will be able to install over tile, but chances are, the carpet and the tile are on 2 different underlayments, you could ...
Wrong advice. You would have to install moisture barrier, and then some plywood to glue down to. Lots of work. Unless it is an engineered floor, then you glue the...
If you can take the height difference, than new 1/4 multiply will be faster and easier. Leveling an entire uneven floor is a matter of trowel, dry, trowel, dry, t...
Install away! The floor should be pretty level, but you may need to buy wood molding around the wall if Cove base is existing now.
Sorry to tell you the bad news, but you need to scrape and then refinish the hardwood. No easier way I know of.