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My kitchen flooded. The laminate wood flooring needs to be relaced in the kitchen, pantry and dining room. If it is cost effective enough, I would also like to replace the foyer and downstairs powder room so they all match as they did before. Interested in a grey tone such as Charleston Gray by Toklo or Lamton's Betawi Grey. Thank you.

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Installation of floor tiles in entrance, kitchen and utility area on ground floor. Total area 236 Sq Ft. Install with 256 SQ FT of porcelain tile. Prefer installed in 1/3 offset pattern. Photos of area to be installed available.

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Q. Im looking for a old floor tile . That they use back in the 70s and 80s. It call k36 parquet flooring. I use it to patch flooring with out changing the hole floor. It is called k36 9x9 Tung& Grove floor tile. Do you where i can get some.

A. Try checking on TV programs like "This Old House", and places like "Habitat Restore" Call your local "Habitat for Humanity ", if you don't find their restore in your phone book. Look in old DIY magazines for place that sold the flooring at the time. They may still be in operation and sell what you are looking for. Short of that, a master carpenter should be able to make you some repacement pieces. My Dad was a master carpenter....thats how I know IT CAN BE DONE !!! Just be sure you get one who knows what he is doing...there are some "carpenters that aren't worth the sawdust in their clothing or ears." Check with a local reputable carpenter shop, they may have a carpenter willing to work on the side to help you out. I would recomend my Dad but he is now with "The Master Carpenter" and has been for many years now. Parquet flooring is beautiful flooring. But if all else fails; buy the thin parquet flooring to match and fill in with some plywood as back filler. Depending on the thickness of the original flooring, you can use several thin layers of plywood or one thickness plus a thin to get the right thickness. Example: 3/8 ths + 1/4 th, 5/8ths +1/4th, or several of the 1/4 th inch plywood. You may have to sand it down a tad depending.... Hope this helps you out...I tried to think of as many places as I could. Oh, try salvage stores...sometimes they are are almost as good as the "Habitat Restores." :-)

1.20 Can laminate wood flooring in two adjoining rooms be mismatched?

Q. We are moving into our first home and we are replacing the carpet in the living room with laminate wood flooring. The floor in the dining room is already laminate wood and joins up with the living room floor. We are trying to pick out new floors and are wondering if we can get a different color wood floor for the living room or if we need to match it perfectly with the dining room. Would mismatching the wood look tacky?? Calling all interior designers! I need your help!

A. What you are asking is a question of personal taste. I (being a wood lover) think it's kinda cool to bounce to contrasting wood off one another, But thats just me.

1.20 What type of flooring should I install in my kitchen & bath?

Q. I live in a small home (buillt mid -1950's) in the midwest. I want to replace the ceramic tile currently in kitchen/bath with something that is easier to maintain but that will still look nice. (I don't like the ceramic because its a) white, b) any thing made of glass that falls on the floor is guaranteed to break, and c) I absolutely cannot keep the grout clean, no matter what I do!) I would like the flooring I select to go well with the original hardwoods that are found throughout the rest of the home. I also want to select something that will appeal to buyers in a few years when we sell. The homes in our area sell for around $145K so I want to select flooring that is appropriate for this price range. Any ideas? Thanks!

A. See if you can get a small (1 inch) sample of your current wood trim. Take it to a flooring retailer and they can match it up to a SOLID flloring that you can have installed. I recommend SOLID rather than laminate because you are worried about dropping things. Objects dropped on laminate flooring can go thru the laminate and then you have to replace an entire section. With a SOLID floor, dings and scrapes will not show.

1.20 How much does flooring cost for a 13x9 room?

Q. I want to lay hardwood flooring down in this room and it's 13x9 square feet. The flooring I want is .98 cents per square foot. How much would it cost in total to have the floor covered?

A. Multiply 13 x 9 = 117 square footage .98 x 117 = $114.66

1.20 What is the best type of flooring for a kitchen?

Q. My husband and I are renovating our kitchen and I'm torn about what kind of flooring I want in this room. I love the look of hardwood floors but I've never had them in a house before, are they a good choice of flooring (hard to maintain)? Or what flooring do you have in your kitchen that you love? I'm so glad I asked this question! I hadn't thought about how easily wood floors could be damaged, and I really want something that will last, not something I need to replace in 5 years!

A. I wouldn't use wood in a kitchen, even though I love hardwood floors. There are too many ways to damage one-water leaks, dropping things, etc. I have ceramic tile in the kitchen/mudroom. With the variety of styles available, you should be able to find one you like easily. You can also get grout that matches or compliments the color of the tile. Hope this helps.

1.20 What do you clean your laminate flooring with?

Q. I have been cleaning my laminate flooring with some cleaner just for laminate flooring and my floor keeps looking duller and duller with each cleaning. It is a new floor and I want it to look great not dull and old looking. Any suggestions?

A. Just a little Vinegar and Water I recently had a Shaw laminate floor installed in my kitchen. I called their customer service representative to ask the best way to clean their flooring. She told me to use 1/4 cup of vinegar and put it in a 30 to 32 ounce empty spray bottle filled with plain water. I purchased a terry mop cover that has elastic all around it from Home Depot, which I dampen with water and place on a Swiffer dry mop head. I then spray the floor (a small area at a time) with the vinegar/water solution and then wipe it up with the damp terry mop. It does a good job. There is no streaking, and you are using very little water on the floor. One company has come out with wet cloths to attach to Swiffer mops that contain vinegar and water, which I also plan to purchase and try. Make Cleaner at Home To make laminate floor cleaner, mix 1/3 white vinegar, 1/3 rubbing alcohol, 1/3 water, and 3 drops dishwashing liquid for a quart total. For best results, wipe off quickly.

1.20 What garage flooring / carpeting would be appropriate for my garage?

Q. Hi. I'm trying to pimp up my garage this summer, was wondering what would be a good flooring for it? The room is a game room / sports room....I have a ping pong table, dartboard, tv, sports photos, etc.... So I'm looking for recommendations about which specific flooring or carpeting would be good for it and what store I could pick it up at? Thanks. edit: Mainly I'm looking for what material for the floor works best in the garage.

A. Cheapest and most durable would be the rubber/foam backed berber off the big rolls at the Home improvement stores. This composite carpet can be laid directly over any subfloor without the need to install a vapor barrier or a carpet pad. The foam backing itself acts as a moisture barrier and carpet pad. It's really easy to DIY.

1.20 Need help finding a good flooring company to install floors in Southern California?

Q. We just bought a new home in Rancho Cucamonga and we're trying to find a good flooring company to do the entire house for us. Carpets upstairs, hardwood floors downstairs, with tile in the bathrooms. We've stopped by a few stores but something just didn't feel right with each of them. Any suggestions or past experiences would greatly help. Thanks in advance.

A. Try Service Magic in your area by going to their website and putting in a job order. All of their contractors are pre-screened, legal, liscensed, bonded and insured. They will come out and give you estimates of both labor and a time schedule. They will have 3 different contractors give you estimates so you have instant comparision. In my experience, they are fair and honest contractors and with Service Magic behind them, their work is guaranteed. Once you get their estimates, you can verify real customer experiences on kudzu.com for added peace of mind.

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Your choice of flooring will depend upon the kind of room that you need the flooring for, the usage of the room, location etc. Kitchens for instance, receive a lot of traffic, and take a lot of abuse in the form of food and oil spills, dirt from outside etc. A tough high quality material like vinyl or tile, that prevents from slipping and is easy to clean is therefore ideal for this area. If you are installing new flooring in the basement, there are moisture issues that you have to take into consideration. Not all floors will work to cover every inch of the house. Take into consideration the existing décor. If you have children in your Painesville, OH areahome, hard floors like tile will prevent allergies, because they don't accumulate as much dust. Besides these, also look for flooring that is not just priced within your budget, but is also easy to maintain.

Although you can undertake flooring installation yourself, it is not recommended unless you have professional level DIY installation skills. A flooring contractor can ensure a perfectly installed floor, thereby assuring piece of mind. Hiring a floor tile contractor is also cost effective in the long run because you don't have to deal with a haphazard job. We make finding experienced and reputed flooring installers in the Painesville area easy and convenient. Just fill out your details in the form, and our commercial flooring contractor search system will connect you to up to 4 flooring companies serving the Painesville area. You will receive free no obligation estimates for your installation, giving you the chance to compare quotes and weigh experience levels before choosing a contractor. Our contractors are pre screened, so you can rest assured about their credentials for the job.

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