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CR-8 Floor Covering (Residential/Commercial) (2018-08-08)

Installation and repair of floor covering materials and accessories. This scope includes all C-8R sub-classifications. Wood Flooring, Carpet, Composition Flooring, Non-Conventional Floor Cover, Ceramic and Clay Floor Covering.

Installation, replacement and repair of floor covering materials and related accessories including preparation of the surface to be covered. Included are linoleum, carpets, carpet backings and pads, and materials manufactured as asphalt, vinyl, vinyl asbestos, rubber, wood, ceramic and clay.

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    Setting Tile

    Publication Year: 1995


    A beautiful tile job can make a room. And now with the help of this book and new, readily available materials, you can design and install your own tile floors, walls, counter-tops and shower stalls. All the up-to-date information you need is right here.



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    Stanley Complete Flooring

    1st Edition
    Publication Year: 2008


    This in-depth guide covers every type of residential flooring: laminate, tile, wood, engineered wood, stone, rugs, carpet, garage-tile systems, and polished concrete.More than 600 photos and 75+ illustrations.Tips on choosing the best flooring for different rooms and information on how comparing the types helps homeowners make decisions they'll be happy with.Complete step-by-step information on how to install, maintain, and repair each type of flooring helps homeowners evaluate the pros and cons of each type and decide whether their skills are sufficient.Instructions on how to finish or refinish wood floors show homeowners how to get professional results.Stanley Pro Tips and "What Ifs" explain options and provide extra information to help readers successfully navigate unusual situations.


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    Flooring - The Essential Source Book For Planning, Selecting & Restoring

    Publication Year: 2005


    Few other features can coordinate or define interior spaces as well as a carefully chosen floor. Elizabeth Wilhide offers a rich fund of inspiration and sound advice for all floors in your home--modern or period, urban or rural, sumptuous or simple. With its 400 full-color photographs, 100 how-to illustrations, and directory, "Flooring is a comprehensive and practical volume devoted to this important element of the home. -Packed with practical information about buying, maintaining, restoring, and installing your floor.

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    Hardwood Floors: Laying, Sanding, And Finishing

    Publication Year: 1990


    Using crisp photos and drawings, Bollinger goes step by step through the process. You will learn how to estimate materials, select the right kind of wood, prepare the subfloor and achieve a blemish-free finish for an old or new floor. Bollinger also provides numerous tips and tricks, and sources of supply. The book is indexed for easy reference.

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    Builder's Guide To Floors

    Publication Year: 1997


    Now thousands of construction professionals can turn to the most detailed, reader-friendly information about leading-edge practices and technological advances in the industry.

    Each guide the McGraw-Hill Builder's Guide's deliver:
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    ANSI A108 & A118 2019


    This publication is a compilation of voluntary standards for the installation of ceramic tile. American national standard specifications A108.01, .02, .1A, .1B, .1C, .4, .5, .6, .8, .9, .10, .11, .12, .13, .14, .15, .16, and .17 define the installation of ceramic tile. A118.1, .3, .4, .5, .6, .7, .8, .9, .10, .11, .12, .13, .15, and A136 define the test methods and physical properties for ceramic tile installation materials. These standards are intended to be referenced or included in the ceramic tile sections of project specifications.

    Changes to A108-A118-A136.1 (Version 2017) were balloted and approved in 2019. The latest edition of this standard is A108-A118-A136.1-2019.

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    Handbook for Ceramic Tile Installation 2019


    A guide to assist in clarifying and standardizing installation specifications for tile. Each installation recommendation, or method, requires a properly designed, constructed, and prepared substructure using materials and construction techniques that meet nationally recognized material and construction standards. Included are: product selection guides for ceramic, glass, and stone tiles; guidelines for wet areas; ISO mortar and grout specifications; information on substrate flatness requirements; information on grout joint sizes and patterns, and workmanship standards excerpted from ANSI installation standards.