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When I cut my countertop I flipped it upside down take a 1/2 in piece of a straight board tape good side of laminate with blue painters tape on side of the countertop thats to be installed with countertop upside down put your saw on cut line start on front edge not backsplash slide board up to edge of guide on saw mark it measure in middle and other end ...
What Jack said is correct. I'll add some extra comments. Of course you can install over an existing subfloor in good condition. What would be the reason to remove a solid plywood subfloor and replace it with the same material except new? I would advise you to check the existing subfloor to be sure it is secured well. If needed, screw down any loose areas. ...
From the Pergo Installation Instructions (Section 10d, page 6): If the Pergo Product being installed has an attached foam underlayment then use only a vapor barrier when installing over a concrete subﬂoor. When installing a Pergo Product with an attached underlayment foam over a wood subﬂoor no other additional acoustic underlayment should ...
I am sorry I don't have time to research this right now but I will give you a quick answer and maybe edit later. First - call Pergo and ask. Second, I have installed 4 different types of Pergo+underlayment and all of them say to take out old underlayment. I think there is first an issue with the floor becoming too spongy and second if there is ...
Yes you can, make sure the floor has no dips or high spots, no more than an 1/8" preferably less, using a 4 ft level or straight edge.
Yes, there are ways to repair this, but they aren't going to do you any aesthetic favors. In short, they'll be ugly, but functional repairs. You don't have to replace the countertop if you're OK with the modified aesthetics.
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