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Here in my town, I have seen foundation repair that is great for loss of substructure support, such as soil compaction or erosion. What they do is bore a hole in the slab, and inject expanding urathane foam into the slab underside, as they watch the
Asbestos floor tiles are fairly common in properties of a certain age and needn’t be a reason to panic, you may not even need to remove them. Nevertheless it pays to know how to identify them and asbestos floor tile removal is a serious business. Hir
We own a 2nd floor condominium unit. The units are wood-frame construction and have a layer of gypcrete under the carpet. We have been having problems with the floor squeaking and creaking
I've removed most of what's there (carpet, panel walls, old ceiling tiles, floor tile, etc) and am at a point where I need to prepare the basement for finishing. What do I need to do to the concrete floor and walls (and maybe the rest of the area) be
I have never seen subfloor that narrow, or run that close together in an old house. It has always been 1X6 or 1X8 with a 1/2" to 3/4" gap between boards. In some cases it has been 1X6 T&G loosely laid together
Vacuum it out, preferably with a Wet-Dry or Shop Vacuum that has a thin nozzle attachment applied parallel with the seam or a floor sealing Water Pickup attachment applied perpendicular to the seam. To assist this operation you can tape the seam so t
2 1/4 inches height difference could be made up with 2 x 4's on their side screwed in and glued over the existing joists and 3/4 OSB sub-floor on top. That will be 1/32 lower than the abutting sub floor when you take into account the actual thickness
In case you want to remove old linoleum flooring in your apartment of house, you must learn some useful tips. There are some simple ways to remove linoleum flooring fast and properly. You will need: a spatula of medium size latex gloves acetone solve
Assuming that this is a new 4 inches of floor on a ground level structure. .
I have an issue with soil erosion below the front corner of my garage floor which has caused a crack to form and a piece of the slab (~4sq. ft) to sink. This in turn is affecting the portion of the outside wall which is supported by the area to sink/