was the grout sealed at any time?
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use acetone, but put it on the white rag, not the floor, try not to wet the seams.
forget loop unless you want to buy a wool.There are really only 3 major manufacturers, but we are only dealing with names here. the manufacturers s...
Armstrong has not made any major advancements in the last year, but it still is a good floor if installed right.
Most of the time, hardwoods will just add to the value. It's a forever floor, any smart homeowner will know this, but if they like carpet, it may s...
If your not sure of the brand, try Armstrong's products. Any flooring only store will have em.I am sure warranty is not an issue.
A fancy showroom will get you great pricing and a better selection. The big box stores have good pricing on their stock stuff, but they usually hav...
Wilsonart laminate floor, although wood floor would last longer.
Not much. That elementary school tile can perform well but it is cold. Maybe some drop down rugs on top of it to make it warm and easily replaceabl...
Engineered, and make sure it is acceptable to the radient heat. www.Kahrs.com a great hardwood!
Well, I am a salesman, but I will not try to sell it to you. Cork comes pre finished or unfinished. Usually the pre finished could still use 1 mor...
Sure you can, but you need an embossing leveler to flatten out the old pattern, make sure you have overage so you can replace tiles when needed in ...
Tmolding should work with that little of a height difference. But you will need to buy the molding first to be sure the gap you need. Probably 1/4 ...
I need a little bit more info. You said oak, but also laminate. Is it real wood? If it is, and it is glued down, then when you tear it out, it will...
Is it vinyl that looks like wood?There are machines that look kinda like a sod cutter, that installers use, maybe you can rent one.
Use a standard pad with the laminate, it is the thinnest, and look for Wilsonart. It has great durability without it being incredibly thick, althou...
ceramic tiles - no. you wouldnt want to try in another area unless you are prepared to replace ALL tiles right away.
Maybe an item that would look good sitting there, like a hamper or something I guess. Unfortunately unless you have a piece of the same vinyl hangi...