have it tested. that is the only way to know for sure.
Q:Painted the garage floor?
If it was the same paint that you painted the garage with, there is your problem. You will need to spend the extra money and use a concrete compatible product. There are several sealants out there that range from about 20-$100 per gallon. As you can imagine, the more you spend, the more you get. For a couple hundred, dollars for the whole project, you can get the high end stuff that ends up like a textured rubber that is easy to clean and has a lifetime warranty. I think I got it at Sherwin Williams. Good luck.
Q:Is there a steam mop that is safe for laminate floors?
I would not use a steam mop on laminate. Maybe consider the Bona hardwood floor mop. It is much safer.
Q:Wallstreet | On the floor?
I'm not sure but that's a very good question
Q:2ooo dakota ,no heat on floor?
ifthe air is good on defrost and vent but not on floor then you have a vacuum line off inside your dash...that is how it switches over....pull the unit and check the cables and lines....it is also possible that your switch is stripped and moving too far or not far enough.....when you hit the floor position, it reads floor but isnt all the way there.,....just a few adjustments should do it...
Q:dog keeps slipping on floors?
Why can't you get carpet runners??
Q:Feedback regarding cork flooring?
Cork wouldn't stay clean, and how WOULD you clean it? I would use tile. If you want it soft, there are some commercial grade linoleum type floor coverings that are rubbery or soft-- but you can clean them like a tile floor. They are starting to be used in hospitals, and are nice. I'm not sure about the toxicity, though. Probably pretty expensive, but so would cork be expensive, and a waste of money because you couldn't clean it.
Q:Floating Floors Cost?
I have installed most types of wood flooring including hardwood ,veneer, etc. whether glued, nailed or floating. Unless you live in a humid area or your bedroom is in the basement, I recommend you get flooring that can be glued or nailed down. I have seen even very expensive/professionally installed, floating floors break their seams (move apart). Price is relative, but you get what your pay for. If you put down the cheapest flooring you can buy, you are throwing your money away. I would also suggest that you avoid an aluminum oxide finish. It can ONLY be refinished by a professional, and at a higher cost than a time proven polyurethane finish, which is hard enough for any residential application.
Q:Tile a 80sqft bathroom floor?
One poster is right on the money. It does vary but I used to charge 30$ to R&R the stool, rip out varied as to what needed to be ripped out ( you don say) but that could range from 50/60 $ to 200. All depending on what was needed to be ripped out. This included removal and disposal. Prep ranged from 2$ to 3$ a s/f . This depended on if the floor needed a cement board or over slab. This was taxable stuff like thin set, grouts, cement board, Labor for floors was 3.50$ a s/f. So your looking at 6$ a s/f(+-) for all prep materials and labor. Plus rip out, Plus tile, a big variable. So you can see it varies.. Any questions you can e mail me through my avatar and check my qualifications there. GL
Q:Laminate flooring issues?
It is not likely that the island is installed on top of the laminate floor. It depends on how the laminate flooring is installed as to your ability to take some of it up and put it back down again. The snap together type can be taken up and reinstalled. If you have snap together laminate flooring you may need to take a good bit of it up in order to fill in the space left by the island. Also depending on which way the floor was laid down may cause you to have to essentially pull the full floor up and re install it. Because of the snap together feature, if it was laid down left to right then it will have to be pulled up right to left.