The following is a true story.
Thirty-two hours divided by five is 6.4. That is the amount of time per day that the engineer spent replacing flooring in a bathroom in Cape May. And he already had the necessary tools:
1) Work Gloves
2) Eye Protection
3) Pry Bar
5) Vice Grips or other locking pliers
6) Circular Saw
7) Pneumatic Brad Nailer
8) Pneumatic Stapler
9) Tape Measure
10) Crescent Wrench
11) Hack Saw
13) Dust Pan
14) Cutting mat
15) Putty Knife
Not to mention the single-use items:
1) Toilet Wax Seal
2) Toilet Bolts
3) 2” Brad Nails
4) 1” Flooring Staples
6) 1/4” Plywood
7) Flooring Adhesive tube
8) Shower and Bath Caulking tube
11) Linoleum Adhesive
12) Linoleum Adhesive applicator
13) 12” long 2”x4” wood board covered with a cloth.
Finding the supplies is a daunting (and expensive) enough task. Tearing up three layers of flooring (most are unaware there even were three layers of flooring), and laying down three more is a much more daunting task. A week off of work (without pay), the frustrations of unexpected hiccups, all the complex and highly-involved steps are detailed in his ‘how to’ article. His way, however, is not the only path to take when replacing flooring in a bathroom in Cape May.
The Specialty Tools Necessary When Replacing Flooring in a Bathroom in Cape May When You Hire a Certified Flooring Company
What You need: A Phone
Save yourself time, money, and frustration. Replacing flooring in a bathroom at Cape May doesn’t have to be a thirty-step project. Three sounds better.
1) Pick up the phone.
2) Have certified design consultants come to your home on your free time to give you a free design consultation.
3) Enjoy not having to be the one tearing out those three layers of flooring in the muggy Jersey heat; the professionals do it for you!
One supply, three steps, and done. How about that for a ‘how to’!
replacing flooring in a bathroom in Cape May | replacing flooring in a bathroom at Cape May