That depends on what type of floor we are installing. Different manufacturers can have different requirements. You should be able to find specifics in the box of wood with the instructions or by going to the manufacturer's website. Depending on the manufacturer of your wood floor the acceptable difference (maximum) between the subfloor and the new wood is usually 3-4%. It is recommended to always follow your manufacturer specifications.
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- Can you move my pool table?
- Do I have to empty my dressers?
- Will you move boxes?
- Should I paint my room before or after installation?
- Why do you need heat/ AC to install my flooring?
- Can you move my electronics? Fish Tank? Pool Table? Exercise Equipment? Antiques? Piano? Organ?
- Do I have to remove the staples from the subfloor, if I decide to take up the existing carpet and pad myself?
- My pet peed all over my old carpet, can you still haul it away?
- Can you install my backsplash if I don't have my countertop installed yet?
- There is a hole in my floor, can you just cover it with carpet?