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  1. Building & Construction
    Hi All, I need to run a support beam between my subflooring in my ceiling to hang a 100 lb 150" projection screen (flush in-ceiling mount housing). It has 2 mounting points, so basically 50lbs x 2 via a bolt fastener on either end, but i understand that weight tolerance needs to be twice what...
  2. Building & Construction
    Hi All, I'm hanging a projector screen in-ceiling and have already cut the hole. I've left the ceiling supports as-is until i can fortify them before making the cuts. Images here: https://imgur.com/a/QXFFMlq My question is, I'm planning on running 2 6x2x20" supports to support the central...
  3. General DIY Discussions
    When we bought our house the kitchen had a low-grade floating floor...so low grade that it was starting to shift and show gaps within our first year of living here. We decided to replace the floor but when we pulled up the floating floor the linoleum that is underneath is extremely...
  4. Flooring
    I have a basement flooring project. We live on a rocky hill with concrete subfloor on 1/2 of the basement and wood on the other half (pine tung & groove over 16-18" joists). I'd like to put down a uniform floor, so am thinking about porcelain tile. Am I asking for problems? Wondering: • what...
  5. Flooring
    Hello all, this is my first post so its a pleasure to bend everyone's ear! My wife and I recently bought a home built in 1939. The house has been added on in stages over the years so there are 3 different types of foundation scattered around the property: concrete perimeter, slab, and sleeper...
  6. Flooring
    I just tore out old sheet vinyl in my bathroom to discover water damage on the underlayment. I started pulling out the underlayment to discover that the subfloor is also damaged. The damage is around the toilet and both corners of the tub. What is the best way to proceed? Also, I was...
  7. Flooring
    I've am planning to do some renovations to the upstairs portion of our home (built in the 80s). The subfloor seems to be in questionable shape (-lots- of creaks and pops) and we are considering replacing all of it, with the intent of eventually putting hard wood down in most areas and tile in...
  8. Flooring
    I'm having to replace a large part of the floor of a small(56" x 45") half bath. The sub floor was I think pine planks with particle board on top, all rotted due to a failed wax ring. The toilet has been removed and I will be sistering the joist but can I replace the needed part of the floor...
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