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It can be tough. The last dog I had pass was almost 17. She laid down across my feet as usual one evening and died. My daughter had her cremated...
Some guys loose lay the subfloor, but I have never done it. They claim it works great.
They also produce very poor light for close-up work.
Putting tile backer board on a concrete floor is not a great idea in the first place. I would not believe anything they say after they did that.
It isn't fixed. When I check "stay logged in" I still have to log in every time.
What will you be installing?
He has no idea what he is talking about. "too shallow"? You can use self leveling only 1/2" thick. Get someone else.
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Mold can still grow under the vapor barrier. Most moisture in concrete comes from below. That is why I prefer floor coverings that can breathe....
Ceramic and/or slate should not have been put down with cut back. So you should be safe.
I just use my S&W 22. It kills ants easy.
Hard to tell what that is. Could be paint, drywall mud, etc.
In the US, in many locations, there is a setback area from the road. Many places also have a height limit on fences, some even limit what kind....
Have not seen you on the flooring forum lately. Did not know if you knew that Nick passed away.
Yes, they were sometimes put down with cutback and it can turn to powder.
We have a couple floor finish experts over there.
Yes, laminate does expand and contract. That is why the manufacturers tell you to leave expansion room.
"water resistant" is not the same as "water proof".
I agree with Joe, when you see laminate, it looks like something bad was covered. The stuff looks cheap because it is cheap.
Just as many 12 x 12 tiles also had asbestos. But most of the asbestos was in the adhesive.
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