Cardinal Catastrophe Services

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We had new quartz countertop installed in our kitchen and shortly after a plate was dropped on the countertop - the plate broke and scratched the counter
Jan 31, 2016
I would suggest calling the original installer and let them buff it out. 
Is there something I can do for my creaky, poppy hardwood floors without replacing them?

Neil Lima of Lima Contracting PRO answered:

Aug 28, 2014
If basement ceiling is unfinished or has drop ceiling you can usually run 1 1/4" screws from underneath.  It is best to have a helper finding the squeaks and try to measure from the outside walls in o ... read more

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