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:how can i find this sequence: an=[n (floor)/4(floor)] *4 for all integers n greater or equal to 1?
The floor function just means to take the greatest integer less than or equal to the number inside. Therefore: a(0) = [0/4]*4 = 0*4 = 0 a(1) = [1/4]*4 = 0*4 = 0 ... a(4) = [4/4]*4 = 1*4 = 4 ... a(7) = [7/4]*4 = 1*4 = 4 ... a(10) = [10/4]*4 = 2*4 = 8
Q:Can the wood flooring often use water?
Can not, the characteristics of the wood floor is dry shrinkage expansion, often with water drag, resulting in water into the wood floor, a serious cause deformation of the floor, expansion, if not handled properly, there will be slits, cracking and so on. So in daily life, be sure to use the wring the mop to tow the floor.
Q:Composite flooring tiles which is good
Of course the floor is good, the composite floor for domestic Filinger is good, in the icon
Q:White Painted Floor?
You would probably need to put an acrlyc sealer over the paint or polyurathene so it would not get scuffed up and dirty plus it would be easier to keep clean this way!
you need to have concrete board underneath the tile, if no the grout will crack and break. You can also use some type of concrete mixture to level up the floors for the tile.
Q:Radiant heat floors? Are they any good?
I have personal friends in Colorado who had this system installed in their home in Ouray. I've stayed with them during colder weather and the house was very comfortable. They've lived there for 3 years and say the utility costs are minimal. Installed properly, you should never have to tear up the tile floors either. It's simply continuous tubing embedded in the cement floor or sub floor. In my Texas home I do not have radiant heat, but I do have a circulating pump on my water heater. My bathroom floor is noticeably more comfortable during winter months. It really depends on what region you live, but in colder climates I would seriously investigate it as a viable heating system.
Q:Is There Secret 13th FlOor?
The reason there is no 13th floor is because some people are afraid of the number 13 (Triskaidekaphobia) so that the apartment block owners can (hopefully) attract more people to stay in the apartments.
Q:How to restore marble Floors?
send them a note requesting more information.
Q:I am looking for some cheap flooring!?
Here's what I did - it's unconventional, but its cheap and has worked great for me. Your floor surface needs to be level and you should have access to a table saw. I bought 4' X 8' sheets of 3/8 oak veneer panels. Laid complete panels on the floor, cut to fit, used liquid nails to glue them to the subfloor and then tiny finishing nails evenly spaced around the edges. Then a couple coats of a light varnish and sealer. It looks great. With an area rug in the center of the room, most people won't even guess that's not a 'real' oak floor. Be a little more careful when moving heavy furniture, etc. on it though. If you gouge it, you'll go right through the veneer pretty easily.