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  1. Flooring
    Will cutting 3/4" T&G diagonal plank subfloor - which runs underneath the walls - flush with the wall using a toe-kick saw jeopardize the structural integrity of the exterior walls? I am remodeling my 20' x 24' kitchen/living room area, which is one big combined room with no partitions. The...
  2. Flooring
    Hi, I recently had some vinyl plank flooring installed and am noticing peaking in several spots. Are there any solutions for fixing this problem? I've heard that applying some heat from heat gun and using a rubber mallet can help. Any other ideas? Thanks in advance, - H
  3. Flooring
    Hi there, We purchased a 100 year old farmhouse that has "sagged" in the middle. When we took possession there were crappy old indoor/outdoor rugs that we removed on the second floor, and have been living on the sub-floors since (for now). We'd like to put new flooring down now. Each...
  4. Tiling, ceramics, marble
    looking for advice on my new project 500 sq ft basement with a concrete floor with some hairline cracks, the worst crack is 1/8 inch wide apx 7 ft long. The floor is 30 years old. Some floor leveling is required. i would like to fill the crack with concrete repair, then floor leveling were...
  5. Building & Construction
    I'm planning to replace my vinyl siding with Hardie plank on my home. It's going to be a big job ~3500 sq ft of siding. I plan to use the 71/4 siding with 6" reveal and understand most the installation techniques except what to do about ends of the plank without a stud or nailing block? My...
  6. Flooring
    Our house needs about 1700 sf of hardwood flooring. Initially we were going to do wide plank (6" or more") downstairs, with narrower upstairs. So far we've been thinking of rift & quartered oak. We were told recently that the cost of 6" R&Q has gone up a lot, and that we might have to wait a...
  7. Roofing/Siding
    Hi, I have a leaking roof and asked for estimates the only difference that I have seen between two companies I like. The first uses GAF/ELK and 30pd felt. The second uses Certianteed and tar paper. The reason that the 1st company gave for the use of felt was that over plank supports it would...
  8. Flooring
    I recently purchased some Homelegend laminate flooring at Home Depot. During the installation I discovered that the 5" planks in our order were actually 4.9" wide - this difference spread across a large room resulted in needing an extra row of planks (thus extra box of material) to complete the...
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