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Lisa Harrington

Mar 16, 2017
Mar 17, 2017

Hi Elizabeth,

That's a great question and an important one.  We provide very helpful information about this on our website, which lists a few steps to take and questions to ask when planning a remodel.  http://www.drdcon.com/steps-for-remodeling.html.  

Hope this helps!

T Calvin asked:

Apr 21, 2016
Apr 28, 2016

Assuming that there is a crawl space (not a slab), then the answer would be yes. But there is no way to give any idea as to cost until someone crawled under the house to see how it’s framed, how much clearance (above grade) is existing, if there are any HVAC or other utilities in the way, etc…

Feb 18, 2016
Feb 24, 2016

Tyler,

It sounds like the existing laminate flooring is solid and free from flex. If so, you will have no problem installing the new laminte over the old. You will want to use a sound absorbing pad underneath to avoid a hollow sound as well as potential squeeks between the 2 laminate surfaces. Best of luck!

David Domenichini

D.R. Domenichini Coosntruction

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