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Basement Floor with Asbestos Tiling - The Home Depot
Our home was built late 1950's early 1960's. The basement floor has the 9X9 tiles (brown and white) that we believe has asbestos in them. Unfortunately on some of the tiles the corners are cracked and came up and I believe you can see the cement flooring underneath. I've been given advice from several experts one being take the floor up, two - leave it, seal (vapor seal), and cover over,...
Basement Questions: Asbestos
Asbestos - once common element in residential building products is now known to cause serious health problems such as lung cancer and other fatal lung problems from breathing in the asbestos fibers.
Asbestos products have since been banned from residential applications but as late as 1989, the use of asbestos products in the U.S. exceeded 55,000 tons per year. With those...
Ceramic Tiling over Linoleum | Basement Concrete Slab
Ceramic Tiling over Linoleum on Basement Concrete Slab
Installing Ceramic Tile over Linoleum Fastened to a Concrete Slab Can be Problematic
By Mark J. Donovan
Question: Hi Mark, I have a question regarding my bathroom which sits on a basement concrete slab. I want to ceramic tile my basement bathroom floor. I have already purchased plenty of ceramic tile and have laid most of it out on the...
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Install a Ceramic Tile Floor In the Bathroom | The Family ...
Whether you're replacing an old shabby floor or installing a new one, you can't beat ceramic or stone tile for durability and appearance. When laid properly, it's virtually a forever floor that requires almost no care and maintenance. And you can select materials from a vast array of colors and textures.
What's equally attractive is that you can lay a first-class tile floor yourself, often in one...
Forbo Marmoleum Click - Eco-Friendly, Non-Toxic, All ...
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Date: 2017-02-18 07:35:20
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Marmoleum, Natural Linoleum Flooring - Green Building Supply
Marmoleum Sheet -glued by professionals over a perfect subfloor.
Marmoleum Modular Tile--glued by professionals or DIY over a perfect subfloor
Marmoleum Click--floated by professional or DIY over moderately perfect subfloor
Marmoleum Sheet and Marmoleum Tile are both glued (with Forbo's Sustain 885 adhesive) over any smooth, level, dry subfloor whether it's made of concrete, plywood or other...
Date: 2017-02-18 07:56:04
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I'm concerned about the asbestos-laden dust this will create in my home. - user25271 Sep 16 '14 at 13:56
When I did it with my Mother's basement circa 1958 asbestos tiles, there was no visible airborne dust , But a 500W halogen lamp would be good tell,if there is in your case and use a large fan in basement window. You just want to chisel off the excess and the tool has a 12" vibrating chisel. Shop vac should have filter paper, just in case or use a broom. Its much heavier and coarser than drywall dust to be airborne - user25261 Sep 16 '14 at...
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