900 sq ft of hardwood plank and the adhesive ran up about 5500. Paint/rollers/brushes was another 260 or so (ceiling and walls)
Solid hardwood or a pre-finished laminate i.e Pergo, etc.?
And did you consider the floating type wood flooring where it all snaps together, toungue and groove, no adhesive needed? My parents redid their kitchen using it last year, took less than a day on the floor.[/quote]
It’s pre-finished engineered hardwood; pergo lacks a lot of the interesting grain patterns which make wood attractive. The stuff is tongue and groove, but you are supposed to glue it down as well.
My house got all sorts of messed up during the hurricane season last august. Just now starting to get the pieces back together. We had a horrible roof leak that shorted most of the lights and phone, ruined the cealing drywall and rotted the carpet.
The roof was just redone, but unfortunately the “reputable” company we chose used an inexperienced and materials that werent up to code. It failed county inspection and looks pretty crappy for $34,000.
As for the deadlifts, the weights are in another room and on cement atm