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Old 10-17-2011, 09:52 PM   #16
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Hi,

I am having a flooring inspector out next week to review subfloor problems before putting down carpet (some areas of subfloor had water and are wavy or buckled). Can anyone tell me if I am looking at hundreds, or thousands, or tens of thousands of dollars to repair or replace 600 square feet of 3/4 inch subflooring? I am not looking for an accurate estimate - I just need to know if I will need smelling salts on hand when inspector is here ... a very general somewhere-near-the-ballpark-or-its-wider-environs answer would be most deeply appreciated. I am not looking for anything but the least expensive kind of subflooring material/labor.

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You are looking to pay about$ 7 sq ft that is labaor and materias included. If they are charging more than that get someone else.
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Do you realize that you posted to something 3 years old?
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Old 10-17-2011, 11:17 PM   #18
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Maybe yes, probably not. I also disagree about giving a price without knowing what the scope of the work is or where.

What if it's on Manhattan, luxury penthouse of the 59th floor and all the cutting has to be done outside in the service area? And you have to change your shoes every time you walk back in

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