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Check the price list on Okorder.com. There are details.

Answered: Why does my floor fan that has a remote switch speed by itself

Because those fans are possessed, they have what is called a speed demon. The demon controls the speed, not the remote switch. Take it back and get a fan that is not possessed by a "speed demon?

Answered: Tile floor - can we do it?

Tile floors are also one of the more difficult flooring surfaces to install for the typical do-it-yourselfer. Installing your own flooring can save you up to 50 percent in cost, but remember that it will take a lot of time, the right tools and patience to do it right. If you need help with tile ...

Answered: How does moisture affect my hardwood flooring?

The seams where the planks meet will cup. If you have a concrete slab and moisture wicking through the concrete, potential slab leak or hydrostatic pressure. If your home is on a foundation with a crawl space the bottom side in the crawl space area can be sealed. If you are talking about simple ...

Answered: What does it mean when the floor around tour toilet caves in

If you are in an older home and built on a crawl space the floor joists may be rotting from moisture, so you have lost stability. The other answer from PGroot is also a possibility.
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Cork for bathroom flooring?

Patty- This sounds like a recipe for disaster. There is moisture coming up thru the concrete floor of the basement; the cork will soon become moldy. There are subfloors that provide insulation and are resistent to mildew. I do not do this kind of stuff. I would urge you to speak with several ...

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