Ron Call’s Tip of the Week #002

 
Tip of the Week
March 23, 2012
by Ron Call, your Urbanfloor Guy

One of the first things people love to do when they get a brand new hardwood floor is show it off. Often they will have a party and invite all their friends.  Beware of beautiful ladies in stiletto high heel shoes.  Women love them and they may look stylish but a hundred pound woman in heels can apply more pressure per square inch than a fully loaded refrigerator. And if the heel is damaged it can be even worse. So high heels off at the door ladies or a real expensive repair job may be required after the clean up.

 

4 Responses to Ron Call’s Tip of the Week #002

  1. Vhivhih says:

    Yes, I know it’s work to remove and retsinall baseboard, but unless you have an older house with real wide baseboard it will look funny if you don’t remove it, remember if you have 3 in. base and you don’t remove it you will cover 3/4 in.for the floor and 3/4 in. or so for? the quarter round, that don’t leave much base to see? (YOU DON’T HAVE TO REMOVE THE BASEBOARD)There is no law on how much baseboard you need, it’s just what ever you think looks best. Thanks

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    • Brainless says:

      you will probably have to tear out the extsiing concrete floors to get some insulation between your slab and the ground if you put down radiant heat insulation and a concrete topping on your extsiing floor, you will add about 2 in. in height to your floor bad for doors and such i would take out the extsiing floors and put down insulation, mesh and tubing and pour a new slab

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