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heigth

us e1/2 inch dura or backer board and you should have 3/4 inch finished height on the tile (unless you ar eusing more of a marble then it would be alittle ticker.....anyway, we usually find a paint...
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location

by the way may I ask where your general location is, I'm in Virginia, near Roanoke, we tend to get between 1.85 and 2,25 for floor labor, that includes all carpet pull and all trim installed too....
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floor cost comparison

first of all using HD (installation) will only cost you about 40% more in labor, also if you will run the numbers, laminate may be alittle cheaper by the foot but by the time u add up the accessories...
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gap

it is not uncommon to find warped boards, you can reject if they are bad but we usually nail them in with more nails to pull it in, although we take it back out if it is a real problem, in...
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no squeak laminate

make sure you don't have the laminate too tight somewhere against say a door jamb or wall, squeaks require movement (which you apply when walk on) and they require rubbing two components when...
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floating toilet

we install floating floors in bath rooms regularly for last 7 years ....no call backs and no probs.....you have to do a few extra things to make it work though....very small ribbon of glue in the...
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water chase

fill sink about 1/2 full, mix in food coloring till good bribht blue or red, look for water coming out as you fill up sink, (this will tell you if it is in the faucet or not)....then let the water...
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tmold glue

we found that silicone II is the best, it is very gooey out of the tube, adheres to anything and sets up on a typical day in about 12 15 hrs, plus for those not quite flat subfloors or the uneven...
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laaminate on stairs??? have better idea

maam,
I understand your delima, BUT, 1-Laminate is very hard to get to work out right on the steps 2-the nosing they make for those floors is only about a third the size and looks cheap after...
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cabinets on laminate

typically you would not, BUT, think about it a second, the cabinets are screwwed to the wall and not attached to the floor at all, they weigh less than a piano that sits on the same type floor...
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laminate swelling

If you can locate a long section of wall area with no door near on the lond side of the flooring, you can pull the qtr round off and unsnap a section yourself to see if a poly film exists on the pad...
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