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  • Posted in thread: Costs to do this labor on 10-28-2008 at 03:53 PM
    Blue, where exactly are you located? You can probably use this to find out prices or use the
    search engine to find local installers and floor manufacturers:

  • Posted in thread: Basement advice on 09-18-2008 at 02:27 PM
    Ryan, Again, I can only respond to your flooring question. Before you take any extreme measures
    to protect your carpet from moisture, I recommend that you do a moisture test with a moisture
    meter. Moi...

  • Posted in thread: Old oak hardwood on 09-18-2008 at 02:06 PM
    If the floors are buckling enough for them to cause your wife to trip, I doubt they are going
    to settle back down all the way. I recommend going ahead with the repair.

  • Posted in thread: Next Project... Opinions... on 09-16-2008 at 04:37 PM
    I'm glad you decided to leave it as is. I think it looks great and any kind of trim would look
    funny there.

  • Posted in thread: Basement advice on 09-16-2008 at 04:32 PM
    I can only respond to the flooring question. Carpet is generally not recommended over concrete
    subfloors (especially is the concrete is fairly new) because concrete emits a lot of moisture
    which allow...

  • Posted in thread: Replacing bathroom subflooring on 09-15-2008 at 08:34 PM
    How difficult would it be for me to replace the subfloor in my bathroom? I have a basement so I
    can get underneath the bathroom floor. Can I do it my self? Of course I need to know where to
    find out h...

  • Posted in thread: Am I screwed? (Wood Floor Question) on 08-27-2008 at 06:58 PM
    Unfortunately you need a good substructure underneath. There is no way to fix it without
    removal of the entire floor material.If it is lock together floor, take it apart and start
    fixing the underneat...

  • Posted in thread: Refrigerator Leak, now a mess? on 08-27-2008 at 06:49 PM
    You may want to use a dehumidifier in the area, to help get rid of some of the excess moisture
    in the air, which will help to dry out the wood. You don't want to use it for too long though,
    as if you ...

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