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Old 10-11-2007, 10:45 AM  
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Default Remodeling after slab leak

OK, so now that the leak is repaired and the restoration has begun, what do I do next? I have mold abatement nearly done, but the walls, floors, baseboards and such all need to be redone. What do I do first? Walls, then floors and baseboards? That seems like the logical thing to do. I am also going to go ahead and redo cabinets and countertops, but I just wonder where to start. Thanks for any insight.

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Old 10-11-2007, 09:01 PM  
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Hello Genelle:
You have the right combination there and the cabinets can go on top of the floor; it saves a lot of trimming. Some floor protection would save a lot of heartache and figure on touch-ups on the walls. You'll be just fine.
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