Screed leveling tripods are manufactured from high quality stainless still material and can be used for flowing concrete and plywood subfloor leveling screed. These quality items have an adjustable shaft to meet the required depth of material.
Our screed tripods include an elongated zinc plated nut and shaft which helps to prolong the life of each tripod.
If you are laying over a concrete subfloor you will first need checked the concrete moisture, if the floor has a moisture content of over 4% then either wait until the sub floor dries to meet this level or use an appropriate moisture barrier, we recommend Mapei brand Primers to ensure no damp rises up into your new floor.
During renovation and remodeling of existing building, more and more people are looking for ways to convert their existing wood/plywood subfloors into concrete floors. The daily temperature and humidity changes cause the wood floors to move and expand under stress. The joints between boards and rough uneven surfaces become pronounced. Traditional latex-modified or gypsum based underlayments will crack along joints, break bond with lateral wood movement, and often strong enough to withstand the traffic. (more…)
I often get emails with the question on how to install hardwood floors on concrete. This installation deserves special attention, so I decided to write about it in a separate article, where I’ll try to describe your actions. (more…)
During installation, for whatever reason people are interested in whether it is possible to do hardwood floor repair in their home or apartment in case if they do damage. A positive answer will depend on several reasons; buyout will be discussed in this article. (more…)
Laminate floor installation is very popular. This material is available at a fair price, is easy to install, lasts for a long time, is easy to maintain and looks great. But there are times when the laminate is simply irreplaceable, not only because of its low cost, but other positive qualities. (more…)