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I am currently finishing a basement and it almost seems like you are describing mine! Slope, dimensions, and all. If money is no object then have this section leveled. Easy as that
My question is how should I go about laying tile over this? I have the 3/4" wood floor to tie into so I don't want to go too crazy with additional underlayment. From some initial research, it seems my best option might be to go with a layer of 1/2" p
A true two-part epoxy will be the most durable option, yet the priciest. The active mixing agent, causes the coat of paint to dry extremely hard and durable. Valspar offers a great product that is available in a variety of colors
By Bruce W. Maki, Editor This article explains the procedure of installing floor tile in a simple room, in this case a closet. In our old house remodeling project we earlier laid marble tiles on the floor in two bathrooms
We just bought a new Mercedes Sprinter Van (2013, 144" with high roof) and are starting the conversion towards a winterized camper. We live in the Pacific Northwest and love to ski - our goal is to drive the sprinter around ski resorts and camp out i
What it is: Cupping occurs across the width of the individual pieces of flooring. The edges are high and the center is lower. It generally develops gradually
One thing to remember is the regulation regarding a ‘fire step’ down into a garage from a habitable room. Once your conversion becomes a habitable room this regulation is no longer needed. If however you intend to divide your garage up into a habitab
There are two basic methods for bonding a portland cement based product to existing concrete; 1) chemically and 2) mechanically. Let’s discuss the mechanical approach first since it is really used in both approaches. The most effective way to ensure
Expanding foam fills gaps as it seals and insulates. Although it's simple to apply, removing excess foam, once it has cured and.
Tips for decking? - pressuretreatedwood resolved | Ask MetaFilter Space your boards about a quarter inch for drainage and expansion's sake, I say, and make sure that the underside of the . .