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In that picture it seems like htere is nothing...

In that picture it seems like htere is nothing holding the stairnose down?
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So I would drill a 3/8" hole in my stairnose deep...

So I would drill a 3/8" hole in my stairnose deep enough so a screw head is under the surface then cut a 3/8" plug and glue it in hole over the screw. Then cut it close to floor level and sand it...
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The current floor holds a nail and I have about...

The current floor holds a nail and I have about .7" front door clearance
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Well I originally was going to just rip a strip...

Well I originally was going to just rip a strip of flooring for the rish and glue it down. Then either but a track I can nail down that the stairnose would attach to. But seems like that not an...
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If I glue the stairnose straight to subfloor how...

If I glue the stairnose straight to subfloor how can I make sure its level with the floor if th other planks have moisture barrier?
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Awesome! My only concern is the stair nose if...

Awesome! My only concern is the stair nose if its floating I would have to secure the stair nose pretty firmly I'd imagine. Not exactly sure how that would play out...
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Just measured door clearance and its .75" :) the...

Just measured door clearance and its .75" :) the space is 4'7" x 11'9"
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That makes sense... Are most engineered hardwood...

That makes sense... Are most engineered hardwood floors floating floors like laminate or do I have to nail each piece down?
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do most engineered floor products come with a...

do most engineered floor products come with a moisture barrier already attached to the bottom? I'm really hoping to have a half inch clearance! Its gonna be close! I'm gonna check when i get home!...
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and for your suggestion czizzi would the piece of...

and for your suggestion czizzi would the piece of wood that is going to fit vertically with the stairnose overlapping... I couldn't use a piece of the engineered wood flooring rippied to fit? I...
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Oh well that sounds like it'd be perfect. Do you...

Oh well that sounds like it'd be perfect. Do you think I could put down a moisture barrier and lay engineered wood flooring down right on top of the pour that is currently down on my floor pictured...
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What is the major difference betweeen laminate...

What is the major difference betweeen laminate and engineered wood floor? Is it the thickness, installation, or just the material it's composed of?
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Something like this might still be able to...

Something like this might still be able to achieve the look I was going for...
So glad I didn't install the laminate and posted this first..

MARAZZI Montagna Saddle 24 in. x 6 in. Glazed...
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It will definitely be close on the engineered...

It will definitely be close on the engineered floor. This project seems to be getting more and more complicated. Does anyone know if tile, maybe even tile that looks like wood, is a good option for...
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Yes, I can drive a nail into it but I haven't...

Yes, I can drive a nail into it but I haven't screwed into it. The material is not the problem, it really doesn't match with anything in the room and looks very outdated. I understand the function,...
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http://i784.photobucket.com/albums/yy124/LancePhot...

http://i784.photobucket.com/albums/yy124/LancePhoto/20130525_232810.jpg

http://i784.photobucket.com/albums/yy124/LancePhoto/20130525_232844.jpg

Yes, and here's a couple more pics ...
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Yeah... so basically my only options would be a...

Yeah... so basically my only options would be a pour or tile? What about tile that looks like wood? ... this is a bummer
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Yes this stuff is solid and it sounds the same...

Yes this stuff is solid and it sounds the same anywher you tap on it. It appears to me that it might be some kind of pour just by the fact that it is so smooth in the stairnose area. It is nota...
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I have seen this type of stairnose in a house...

I have seen this type of stairnose in a house that seemed to reduce the trip hazard.. but am not sure if it could be used on my stepdown ornot.... looks like it smoothly connects into thelaminate...
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It feels more solid when you knock on it. I...

It feels more solid when you knock on it. I could see it being a pour, but also some kidna of linoleum type material. Feels like a coating of plastic almost and doesn't wear out in areas of high...
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Ouch..I was really hoping to be able to cover...

Ouch..I was really hoping to be able to cover this stuff up. It doesnt go with the livingroom at all ... Any other alternatives?
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Help with first laminate flooring project please :)

I have a step down entry way into my livingroom that is current covered with linoleum. I am going to install a laminate floor over the linoleum if possible because this stuff is ON SOLID!
My fist...
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