Q:What is the difference between a floor plan and a floor finish plan?
Floor plan is the whole layout of the house from bird's eye view. Floor finish is what you use to make the floors look good.
Q:Flooring paved, but the place where the wall is seated, how to solve the dust
If you do not want trouble can only wipe every day. If you are not afraid of trouble, then need to be removed and re-installed. Open the floor and then use a vacuum cleaner to suck out the ash. After cleaning up the dust and then do the installation. Flooring, wall joints can be used glass glue 1. along the gap coated with glass glue. 2. glass glue is dry, with your fingers along the gap evenly. 3. Fingers wipe, with a wet towel to the surrounding excess glass glue can be.
Q:Fixing Laminate Flooring?
most laminate floors are floating floors, you do not give enough detail as to location of floor, type of sub floor or above or below grade installation. If you feel house has settled there would most likely be other indications, such as sticking doors, cracks in the walls, etc.
You can use regular plywood as a sub-floor and it is cheaper.
Q:how do I fix pergo flooring?
Tear it all up and re-install genuine 3/4 inch thick hardwood flooring instead. That pergo stuff is crap. I know this probably isn't what you want to read, but until such time as you can take it up completely, I would suggest that you take up what you need and switch a few of the sections around. While you have the flooring up check your sub-flooring. Good luck.
Q:Flooring in Apartment?
The choice of flooring depends on the location and climate and when it comes to bedroom flooring, it must also be soothing, refreshing and nice looking. It gives aesthetic sense to create a romantic atmosphere to the room. The flooring should be comfortable, easy to clean, anti-slippery and give classy look to the room. There are many types of bedroom floors but the flooring you opt for your bedroom should meet functional and visual requirements of the bedroom. Laminate type of bedroom flooring is clean, durable and scratch resistant and is easy to install. It comes in variety of colors, styles and shapes. It is installed only on leveled floor and needs proper maintenance to avoid any damage. It makes the room look cool. So it may be a great choice for bedroom.
The last thing i would put in a basement or bathroom is wood. Wood doesn't take moisture well at all and absorbs moisture even in the air. Concrete is the best place for ceramic that's why when it's a wood floor they put concrete backer boards down. I would sugest caramic, vinyl or the newer pvc flooring made by balta it comes in alot of patterns and moves just like a laminate floor.
Q:Reinforcing the floor need help?
Current building codes require floor framing to support at least 50 lbs per square foot. Assuming that your tank is 6 ft long and probably 2 feet deep that equals 12 square feet with 1600 lbs on it. That would mean that you are putting approximately 133 lbs of load per square foot of floor. While there is a fudge factor built into structural design, it is pretty risky without know a lot more information and doing a full blown calculation. As for reinforcing the floor the best bet would be to try and reduce the distance the floor joist are spanning that support that section of floor, or putting some additional structure directly below the fish tank.
Q:What to use to hide ugly bathroom floor?
I would suggest buying a remnant from a carpet/linoleum store that is big enough, cutting it out and laying it flat, but not tacking it down. The weight of it will hold it is place quite well. Have done several things like this. :)