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  1. Flooring
    Hello all, Looking for some advice on dealing with the transition between the OSB subfloor and the concrete foundation edge of a room. I will be installing underlayment and 7.5" wide Pergo laminate flooring throughout the room on the OSB subfloor. The subfloor is level and well built...
  2. Flooring
    My basement of about 600 square feet had vinyl tiles and carpet. I ripped everything out to install porcelain tiles. However, the concrete floor is uneven and wavy. The basement is a rental unit. Some of slopes are about 2,3 inches deep. It would cost me a lot for the self level compound like...
  3. Building & Construction
    Ever since I bought this 1920 house I have known that the East and West outside bearing walls were leaning to the west a half inch. Both walls are consistent on the lean. I raised my house and added two feet to the existing foundation. To add a sill plate,put a glulam in the center of the joist...
  4. Flooring
    I'm adding a bathroom into my bedroom and removed the hardwood flooring and T&G sub-floor. I am ready to install a 3/4" plywood sub-floor to replace the old T&G, but the joist closest to the outside wall is between 1/8" and 1/4" higher than all the other joists, which is causing the sub-floor...
  5. Flooring
    Here's what I've run into: Approx: 10 x 14 room. Pulled up nasty old carpet & pad. Pulled up old tile and found 1/4" plywood subfloor over wood planking (planking is approx 5-1/2" wide, 3/4" thick of varying lengths). There are varying dips, valleys, humps, etc... Mostly due to the fact the...
  6. Plumbing
    I'm installing a new bathtub (enameled steel one piece bootz tub - LH drain - 60" wide x 30" deep - styrofoam padding underneath so you don't use concrete to level it - http://www.bootz.com/Product%20Pages/Aloha%20Page.html) in my house. It's an old house so the floor is out of level where i'm...
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