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Heres some real good tips , also for the moisture...

Heres some real good tips , also for the moisture check just lay down some 3 mill plastic 10x25 and leave it for a few days .Hardwood Floor Installation Over Concrete...
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if you have no change with adjustment its...

if you have no change with adjustment its probably a TV valve stuck medal contamination etc...
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According to my ALDATA the time required for a...

According to my ALDATA the time required for a single and Dual overhead cam motor is 2 hours . The price of the pump is $89.99 . Sounds like overpriced to me . On the earlier desighned engines the...
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s this a tongue and groove or Laminate? The 1st...

s this a tongue and groove or Laminate? The 1st thing to mind is moisture .
When you installed the plywood over the concrete did you leave the correct gap between each sheet and attach them properly...
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What happens if the floor is not touching the...

What happens if the floor is not touching the walls, but one plank ends up touching. Will this cause the floor to 'fail'?
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You need a 1/4 ...
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looks to be about every 4-5 , i used the boxes up...

looks to be about every 4-5 , i used the boxes up by a few from the front of the shipped pilot ,then the back to the center etc... I used the Cherry Bronze so its dark and you cant see a pattern...
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I had the same situation . The easiest way to do...

I had the same situation . The easiest way to do it is to seperate them with T molding .Of course you wont have the continuos flow of the wood but you'll probably have less scrap and less cutting.
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never actually looked at it but ill check into it...

never actually looked at it but ill check into it and let ya no.
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I used Grand Illusion Cherry Bronze . The grain...

I used Grand Illusion Cherry Bronze . The grain looks dead on cherry and the finish reminds me of a Grand Piano finish . We have 4 kids so naturally it picks up finger and foot prints very easy.It...
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also as for possible high spots you may have...

also as for possible high spots you may have created take a long level and set it over the treated area and look for high spots. Naturally you want it as flat as possible with the adjoining floor or...
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Yea i ran into the same issue . It doesnt take...

Yea i ran into the same issue . It doesnt take alot of water i learned that hehe.Generally 2 quarts of water and one 25 pound bag of mix(read the instructions). I made small amounts so i could deal...
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This is a product made of glue resins and...

This is a product made of glue resins and particles of wood hense particle board. Theres alot of science in the making of this type of material some being better than others(a ford pinto compared to...
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I had the same problem with armstrong i used a...

I had the same problem with armstrong i used a piece of scrap laminant to fit the socket better for tapping . It should be at a slite angle as you tap the adjoining piece into place . Then press down...
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Typically manufactures recomended running...

Typically manufactures recomended running parallel to the longest wall but whatever suits your taste is all that matters considering the least amount of waiste(unless your pockets are full of cash)....
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This is an OSB enginnered wood...

This is an OSB enginnered wood http://www.ilevel.com/literature/OSB-4000.pdf . It appears they have 2 grades 1 being stronger than the other .
Theres 2 things to consider .How well was it put down...
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I looked at budget hardwood myself and decided on...

I looked at budget hardwood myself and decided on a better quality because of the area . If you plan on a bedroom or low traffic area id use a budget laminant 10 yr warranty.
I chose Armstongs...
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im no expert but over time these will shrink and...

im no expert but over time these will shrink and deteriorate. I would rip to fit then glue 2x2 and place them 16 on center in the needed area at least you would have even support over a longer span.
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wow is that Fien really that good / incredible...

wow is that Fien really that good / incredible saw ??
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Transition Pieces

I think i made a mistake . I was to busy making sure i had 1/4"
gap around the laminant that i forgot about the transition pieces. I now have a 1/4 " gap everywhere lol . Do i need to cut the...
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Yea thats what i ended up doing.Theres no traffic...

Yea thats what i ended up doing.Theres no traffic against the wall so the small piece along the OS wall shouldnt be a problem.
Thanks
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Laminant around floor vents !!!

Im on a concrete slab I have 2 floor vents poored into the concrete aproximately 4" from the outside walls and 10" long. Im installing Armstrong Grand Illusions laminant.
Im new at this but being a...
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