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  1. Flooring
    Hello! I've read through the forum and haven't found an answer for this one: We recently installed engineered hardwood on our main level (i.e. above grade, no significant moisture issues) over a plywood subfloor. The product allows for float/click, glue, or staple installation, and we opted...
  2. Flooring
    Sorry for the long intro! Am I being unreasonable or am I getting screwed? Engineered hardwood flooring disaster. After looking for a long time, my wife and I finally decided to buy our new flooring from a long established flooring place in a small community close to us. We prefer getting...
  3. Flooring
    Water damage!! We only have three boards remaining of this discontinued style: Tarkett Vanguard Quikloc Red Oak Natural USA5980. Crossing fingers that someone has leftover hiding in their basement.
  4. Flooring
    I have a space that is only used May through October. During that period the space is heated and air conditioned as needed. The present floor is carpet over concrete. Never a moisture problem in 17 years. I would like to replace the carpet and would like to know my options, other than new...
  5. Project Showcase
    So, last Friday night, I decided it was (finally) time to rip out the temporary carpet in the master bedroom (and adjoining walk-through closet), and replace it with the "steal of a deal" engineered hardwood I had sitting in the basement. The house is only 3 years old, but when we were at the...
  6. Flooring
    I am looking at putting new hardwood in my house and right now the strips are nailed down... the stuff I am looking at is the interlocking engineered hardwood by Bruce not the toung and groove type (that I have now)... is there any difference between them? is glue just as good as nailing? any...
  7. Flooring
    My understanding is that solid hardwood flooring [nail-down application] should be installed perpendicular to the floor joists. Does this also apply to a floating, engineered hardwood floor ? The reason I ask is that a parallel layout [with respect to the floor support] will be more visually...
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