Sea-floor spreading occurs at two diverging plate boundaries. Sea-floor spreading results in the Mid-Ocean Ridge. The Mid-Ocean Ridge is created when two diverging plates have allowed magma from the earth’s interior to push through the cracks between these plates. The new magma pushes old and hardened rock that was once magma, out of the way, making a ripple like mountain range in the deepest parts of the ocean. This process is called sea-floor spreading.
Q:Indestructable laminate flooring question?
I have a dark laminate floor. Three days after it was installed, I was moving the coffee table and scratched the floor. Me and my husband were sick. We thought we would have to pull up the entire floor to replace the one plank that was scratched. Knowing that the plank was ruined anyway, we tried several different things. The only thing that worked was the Guardsman Touch - Up Pen. It was a pack of three different colored markers from Wal-Mart. They are made for repairing scratches. Follow the directions and they will work. It has been almost two months since I repaired the scratch and it looks good as new.
Q:Are there a few thick walls?
There are 8 mm, 10 mm and 11 mm, solid wood is 15 mm thick, in fact, 8 mm is enough, but if you want a sense of foot more comfortable Kazakhstan, slightly thicker 11 mm is very good
Q:Is tiles and tiles the same?
Tiles are divided into floor tiles and wall tiles, these two are not the same, when the need to buy separately to buy, but the seller will remind you :)
Q:traditional ground floor ?
Constructing is a big word it could mean foundation work for some, walls to another framing, masonry, finishes, decoration, painting, flooring, something that is learned over a lifetime or a paragraph in a textbook. The tradition could be Western, Eastern, Northern, Southern or any ethnic, geographical, or historical location or time on the globe. Even what is considered a ground floor is called the first floor in other parts of the world. So perhaps you could define your question a little more.
Q:WHY are my floor tiles wetting through?
Water has got down the cracks in the tiles and when you stand on the tiles the water is coming back out of the cracks due to any weight put on them.
Q:How do you clean floating floors?
I would call a local store that installs that kind of floor and ask their advice. Personally, I mop my wood floors with white vinegar and water in a spray bottle. The mop head is only damp.
Q:How do I wax a floor, what product do I use?
Do a search for floor wax.
3!! What does this guy think you are going to use for flooring? By doing what you suggested, your floors would be 1 1/2 higher. But I do agree, that it probably isn't a good idea to just cover over a potential problem.