What flooring can you put on concrete?
Tile, cork, vinyl, laminate, carpet and engineered flooring.
The Vacuum Dewatered Flooring or VDF Flooring is a system for laying high quality concrete floors where the key is Dewatering of Concrete by Vacuum Process wherein surplus water from the concrete is removed immediately after placing and vibration, thereby reducing the water: cement ratio to the optimum level.
It depends on the type of floor that you are putting down the vinyl flooring on top of. If it is concrete, then make sure it is clean, dry and repair any cracks or holes. If the old vinyl flooring is in good repair then just put the new vinyl flooring over it or use an embossing leveler for slightly worn vinyl flooring. If the old vinyl flooring is in very poor shape remove it…
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A finished concrete floor is generally less expensive than a slate or stone floor. A simple professionally poured concrete floor can average about $5.00 a square meter. An installed slate floor costs considerably more that concrete depending on the tile you choose and installation costs. Slate flooring is more expensive than concrete. Stamped concrete is also an option that looks nice but it is still less than slate.
Interior concrete floors tend to be cooler regardless their location, but not like outdoor concrete. In new construction, particularly loft renovations, etc., concrete flooring is heated, which makes it cozy. A concrete floor in Washington is no different than a concrete floor in Florida or Texas. It has more to do with construction, the heating system and insulation of the house.l
The atmospheric moisture is absorbed by the surface of masonry, flooring, or concrete through the joints, voids, or cracks. When the same water is evaporated from the surface, it leaches the lime compounds and forms the formation of salt deposits on the surface of masonry, flooring, or concrete. It is known as efflorescence or saltpetering.
Well, that depends on many things like: Location - concrete is cold, so where are you? Use - what is it going to be used for? Finish - What kind of finish do you desire? Age - How old is the concrete? Cost - How much do you intend or plan on spending? Maintenance - which will depend on the type of material you use on your concrete floor. Certainly, if this concrete flooring is…
They are only obliged to put in a specific kind of flooring if it is in your contract with them. Many places will allow you to put in special, removable flooring but you will most likely have to make arrangements with another company to rent the flooring and install/remove it as part of your rental agreement.
There are a few different ways to level your subfloor to make it ready for vinyl or linoleum flooring - depending on what kind of subfloor you have, and how much leveling has to be done. If your subfloor is concrete, and is smooth and in good shape, you need put nothing down first - install your linoleum right to the concrete. If your concrete has cracks or even major areas of unevenness, you can…
Not directly as the ceramic tiles will soon show through the vinyl flooring. If the ceramics are laid on a wooden floor, you must take up the tiles and overboard with 6mm plywood. If the tiles are on a concrete floor, you can leave them down and lay a latex screed on top to provide you with a smooth floor for your vinyl