Type of sub surface to go on makes a difference. Also how level it is and how many things you need to get under (like toilet bowl)
Q:asap...answer please!! building floor labeled 13???
Yes I have been in a building that has a thirteenth floor and it is actually numbered that way too!! But as noted below this is not to common..... but look at some of the other Countries that delete different numbers... pretty funny: American and Canadian buildings typically omit the thirteenth floor in their floor numbering because of common superstition surrounding this number. The floor numbering may either go straight from 12 to 14, or the floor may be given an alternative name such as Skyline. In some Asian countries, because the number four sounds like death in Chinese and related languages, it is sometimes skipped in hospital buildings, and some business buildings follow this convention as well.
Q:What colour laminate floor ?
Totally depends on your style, but I vote for contrast. With light oak, I wouldn't go with very dark floors but darker than the oak. There are a million shades to chose from - try poking around the Pergo site to get an idea for what you like. The only way I'd say to go for a light shade is if you're going for a minimalist look (i.e. minimal, decor like a single white throw rug) If you aren't a fan of cleaning - or able to clean every day - you want to avoid dark floors. Even in the most spotless homes, they show every speck of dust and need to be cleaned daily to look presentable. We just refinished our hardwood and opted to stick with the natural color. It's a deep honey shade. Very pretty and versitile.
Q:Leveling uneven OSB sub floor?
it is most likely uneven because of swelling, so you don't want to pour more liquid over it. When it comes to self leveling floor leveling compounds, you get what you pay for. The more expensive, higher quality, longer lasting ones will require a special primer that needs to be painted on first so that it doesn't break loose and shatter into little pieces later. Mapei make some.
pull up the floor and replace rotten section and level. tile grout and seal new floor. use an approved expandable caulk around the tube/floor and there should be few problems. keeping the water above the tile is what you need to do, and the crack by the tub to the tile is most critical.
Q:bathroom / kitchen floor?
What type of material is the floor made of? Does it have a surface protective coating of varnish or polish?
Q:How to clean the composite wood floor?
The ground dirty place with a dry wiping force wipe, if a long time wet rub, then the floor will be more and more luster, for your reference. First of all, to determine whether it is dirt, if it is, then use the washing spirit (the most easy to get, and more moderate) to wipe. Heavy dirt, but also with the scouring cloth. If it is not dirt, just shiny instability, you can use orange oil (from the orange peel in the oil, after purification. There are beauty and clean the surface of the wood effect). Composite floor, do not wax. Especially the numb, and can not wax. Once the wax is waxed, it will form a thick wax film on the surface of the floor, and it is even more difficult to clean up. In the love of the community above the maintenance of composite wood flooring method, LZ can go to recommend about, you will have some help.
Q:What is the difference between conductive flooring and antistatic flooring?
Now on the market mainstream is called anti-static floor, conductive floor more anti-static floor is a nature. Recommended anti-static floor with the sea!
Q:how can i remove dried paint from laminate floor?
I got paint off of my laminate floor with fingernail polish remover. The flooring that I installed came with a little flyer that actually recommended it. It didn't damage the floor at all, but I definately wouldn't let it sit on there very long. I just dipped a corner of a towel in the finger nail polish remover (acetone) and rubbed the paint off.