Old Hampshire Designs Inc

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What type of flooring could be installed over top of a cork floor that would both protect the cork floor underneath and be durable?
Oct 21, 2014
I would recommend a clik together flooring that would be floating over the cork. That way you canĀ install and remove it easily and there should be no damage to the cork below.
roof vents placed behind 4ft walls in finished attic dont do squat for ventilation. no place for soffit vents, siding is asbestos so gable vents too pricey.
Jun 13, 2014
If the space behind the knee wall is clear from end to end and you install gable end vents at each end then that would keep the eaves from freezing and causing ice dams.Make sure the knee wall is well ... read more

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