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Thanks for your reply - yes I use the paid...

Thanks for your reply - yes I use the paid subscription version of AVG. I did use norton previously, but a virus disabled it and crashed my system. We are particularly about what sites we visit and...
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Redirector problem

I used internet explorer and noticed that when I go to Google and search and click on the item, it redirects me to another site - some which are very bad. I've tried system restore and reinstalling...
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It's all wood; have to move it ony 3-4 miles -...

It's all wood; have to move it ony 3-4 miles - unfortunately I have to take it apart to get it in my backyard. It's on a slab now and I'm going to have to put it on a floor since there's no way to...
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Smile How do I move a workshop??

How do I move a workshop? A friend just gave me his workshop which measures 16' wide by 20' deep. I must disassemble it and reassemble it at my property. I'm just looking for tips on how to do this...
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a few steps ahead of you

I've been researching this for the last few months and we are about to install laminate flooring on a concrete slab - this is what I've found out:

Several good brands out there - Shaw, Mohawk,...
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laminate should not be bowed

We were having the same problem. We called the manufacturer and they said the flooring should not have any bows or curves. We laid the planks on the long edge and it was clear to see there was a...
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Help please - laminate flooring

Surely someone has had a similar situation that I am describing. I sure would appreciate your input.
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table saw for ripping

Likely you are going to have to rip your first row of planks in order for the last row to be wide enough for install. See the instructions with the flooring. Your choices for this task is a table...
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beaware

We purchased laminate flooring to install ourselves. We read up on it, look at a video and talked with others. We consider ourselves pretty good DIY'ers, but this snap on flooring just didn't snap...
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Me too.

We purchased Shaw laminate flooring and attempted to install ourselves. We just couldn't get the planks to snap together properly so we made the decision to find a professional. You can contact...
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OK for laminate on flat, but unlevel surface?

I want to lay 8MM laminate with prime underlayment on cement slab. The room is 10 x 20. It is brushed finished, relatively flat, but not level. The 10 foot section has a difference of 1 1/2 inch...
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