Q:asap...answer please!! building floor labeled 13???
no.. does a building that has a 13th floor exists? i don't think so..
Q:Installing new floor and removing old floors?
If your new floor will go on top of the old floor, you'll need to trim the bottom of the doorjambs (figure A) so you can slide the new floor underneath. To cut the jambs, take a scrap piece of your underlayment and tile, place them on top of each other to show the correct height, and cut the doorjamb with a jamb saw. Remove the appliances and furniture from the room and then carefully remove the shoe mold with a hammer and pry-bar. If your molding is in good condition you can replace it after you have installed the new floor. Remove any transition strips from the area where you'll be installing the vinyl tiles. * If you are planning on reusing your old shoe mold it is a good idea to number each piece consecutively on the back so that when you get ready to replace it the process will go much quicker. To determine the square footage of the area you're tiling, multiply the length and width. If the room has an irregular shape, you may want to get the square footage of different sections of the room and then add those numbers together. Add 10 percent to your total to allow for mistakes and waste. When you've finished measuring, you can begin attaching your underlayment (figure B). Make sure to install it rough-side down so that the wood texture doesn't show through the new vinyl. Attach the underlayment with staples, stapling as indicated on the underlayment material. If you are using unmarked plywood, you should nail or staple at least every 5 to 6 inches in the middle of the plywood and every 3 inches along the edges.
Q:What is the size of the plastic floor?
2m * 20m * 2mm
Q:gymnastics floor routine?
I'm not sure about the 1st part of your question but your coaches will know the floor routine requirements for whatever level you're in. Most levels require at least 3 tumbling passes though. As for the 2nd part of your question: check out Musical Designs for some great floor music. Their music is exactly what they say: musical. Not that annoying computer-sounding stuff that you hear from so many other floor music companies. I've gotten floor music from other places, too, but nothing compares to Musical Designs & that's why I like them so much!
Q:Buffing a laminate floor?
Are the scuff marks from shoes ? if they are you could rub these off with your foot just wear a proper pair of shoes and press your foot on the scuff then drag your foot backwards across the scuff if it is rubber this will then roll into little balls of rubber and you can just pick it up, if you really want to buff the floor then lightly buff it going left to right in a sweeping motion, don't overdo the action as you could get a ( what they call a sea side effect ) it makes wavy lines across the floor and when people walk over it it makes them feel seasick. so just make sure you do straight lines.
Q:How long does it take for a solid wood floor?
Three months. Can also not wax, waxing is mainly the floor was shiny
Q:How do I get my floors to shine?
Diluted ammonia. First test it and then if that's okay I would say wash the rest of the floors. Wax it right after to seal in the shine. This will happen like once every seven days as the wax get worn down. I go to the ymca and recently the floors were varnished, but that left a smell that died down in a week. It's definately to harsh. This is not.
Q:Home wood flooring a large area stepped up squeaky, it seems to be affixed to the floor, what is the reason ah, there is no relationship ah?
Your home may be a composite floor it, the composite floor is not fixed when the installation of nails, so that there will be walking on the ups and downs of the feeling, the sound is sent from the floor of the gap, Lamb twisted barley chaos cut Creek Lou Lou friction caused by the general will not have any effect.
Q:Pool table on laminate flooring?
The weight of the average size and weight pool table will not have any effect on correctly installed laminate. The weight is spread out over the 4 legs. Not much more than an average size person standing in a spot on the laminate. If possible always get the 10/12mm thickness in laminate. This is more often a better quality flooring than a 6/8 mm laminate. Any questions you can e mail me through my avatar. I ve attended several installation seminars , as well as installed a couple 100,000 s/f. GL
Q:ripping up tile floors?
You need to get a scraper and scrape it up. My husband uses a tool he calls a grub bar, its a long handle with a scraper on the end of it. He gets started at one end and works his way across the floor, ripping up the vinyl or tile. Using an iron to heat the glue could take a great amount of time, considering how big your floor area is.