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Posted in thread: Vinyl Floor making "popping" sound on 05-22-2015 at 09:00 PM
Counter Snap will workWith no disrespect, I have been installing vinyl and carpet since 1973
and it won't work. It might hold down the subfloor, but it will do nothing for the vinyl.
Posted in thread: Vinyl Floor making "popping" sound on 05-19-2015 at 07:29 PM
I have used Counter-Snap through vinyl and carpet, and it worked great. Counter Snap is for
hardwood and vinyl floors only to secure finished floors onto floor joists.But it will leave
holes in the vi...
Posted in thread: Vinyl Floor making "popping" sound on 04-22-2015 at 03:53 PM
Well, you could get a large needle made to shoot glue underneath. It might work.
Posted in thread: Vinyl Floor making "popping" sound on 04-18-2015 at 09:04 PM
I would imagine that the adhesive has failed. Could be that the underlayment has come loose,
but most manufactured home builders don't use underlayment. They normally install vinyl
directly on the sub...
Posted in thread: Bedroom I Floor Renovation on 02-18-2015 at 08:31 AM
The first picture looks like a slab, the second looks like plywood?
Posted in thread: Soundproofing floor? on 02-12-2015 at 10:08 PM
Laminate will transmit more noise than the hardwood.
Posted in thread: flooring delemma on 01-10-2015 at 05:58 PM
So you are putting vinyl directly on the 5/8 plywood?
Posted in thread: flooring delemma on 01-03-2015 at 08:46 AM
Well, not a fan of linoleum anyway ... with so many durable and beautiful finish floors, why go
there? Slight subfloor variations will "telegraph" through linoleum, hence your problem. Why
Posted in thread: Which flooring for condo which I'll eventually rent? on 12-29-2014 at 01:21 PM
Since the floor is particle board, you will need to float whatever you install. I would
probably use LVT. It will be easier to dispose with after a tenant ruins it. Laminate takes up
a lot of space in...
Posted in thread: wood stove pipe on 12-25-2014 at 10:07 AM
Code here requires triple wall anywhere the pipe goes through combustible areas.