My One Call LLC in conjunction with is a Basement Finishing referral service. We are a Gold Star recipient with the Better Business Bureau 2002-2007, and have help thousands of home owners find a reliable Basement finishing company. Over the course of many years the following represents the most frequently asked questions about contractors.
The first thing you need to do is install the foam underlayment. This process helps insulate, blocks moisture and provides sound deadening for the laminate floor. It is definitely required so don’t skip this critical step. The underlayment comes in 4′ wide rolls and is generally sold by the square foot. Measure your room to determine how many rolls you will need. Start by rolling out the first strip and cut it to fit the space with a utility knife. TIP: I like to use masking tape to hold it to the floor so it doesn’t slide around while laying the flooring.
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These pages highlight code requirements and should not be considered a complete list of code requirements. Structural modifications, such as relocation of support columns, relocation of bearing walls, or reframing floor joists are not within the scope of these pages. A registered design professional should be hired to provide review and design services for structural projects.
With frame and flange installation, the old window unit is completely removed and replaced with a new and complete window unit. The new window is installed by nailing through an attached nailing flange into the existing window (rough) opening. This method is used when interior and exterior trim need to be replaced due to rot or other damage or the consumer wants an overall more integral window and wall application; it does require more time and expense however.