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From the wall street journal online:

"Etiquette and tipping experts agree that tipping a contractor and his employees isn't expected because contractors offer to do a job for you at a specific price. Any extra money they would want would be built into their bid. Also, it's a business relationship rather than one where they are performing a personal service for you like a waiter or a maid. But if the employees do extra jobs around the house, then experts say it is appropriate to tip a cash amount equivalent to the task; "tip gifts" such as cookies and drinks can count. "The key to tipping is whether or not it was outside the scope of what was normally expected," says Mark Brenner, author of "Tipping for Success!"

My opinion is that a little bit of courtesy (snacks, drinks, expression of appreciation etc.) goes a long way and upon completion of their work you feel compelled by a job well done to offer a little extra in the form of a tip - go for it, but do not feel obligated. 
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I agree with Ben, as usual. First, test your slab - put a sheet of plastic over it, at least 3 feet square, taped down to the slab all around - leave for 3 days. If the slab darkens with moisture, or there is any condensation drops on the underside of the plastic, you have a damp slab. If you have visible moisture or moisture discoloration at any time during the course of the seasons with exposed concrete slab, then you have a wet slab. Even just a damp slab can put several quarts of moisture passingfrom the ground through the concrete into the air per day, and a wet basement slab in contact with wster at its base  can generate as much as 10 gallons a day of air moisture - which means that pretty much anything placed on it WILL get damp enough to mildew or mold.

 

For a wet slab, a polished concrete or epoxy/polyurea surface is your best bet. Any other surfacing you put over it is likely to mold. Ceramic tile with waterproofing additives in the mortar mix can work if the surface is properly prepared for good bonding, and you use "plastic" thinset and grout rather than cement based grout. Basically has to be done the same way as for a gymnasium shower floor or pool deck to work right.

 

For a damp slab, assuming it NEVER actually gets wet either from high water table under it in wet season, or from surface flooding from foundation leakage, then you have several options:

 

1) As Ben says, Pergo and others make totally plastic flooring material in a variety of surfaces that can be put down on a smooth slab over a vapor barrier and totally inorganic plastic padding - looks like bubble wrap commonly. Does not guarantee mold will not form between the vapor barrier and the concrete. IF you use a snap flooring version, can be taken up if it gets saturated and dried, then put back in. Not so with glued or nailed versions. Some people also use snap or interlock together rubber or foam flooring over a vapor barrier, particularly in rec rooms, which can be taken up easily in event of flood. 

 

2) A vapor barrier under an inorganic pad as above, overlain with an open-weave backing synthetic fiber (nylon, rayon) carpet with NO natural materials in it, which has lots of breathing space in the weave can work. I have used open-weave backing short-pile 100% nylon carpet from Armstrong in my basement for about 30 years, with vapor-barrier floor paint but no plastic sheet vapor barrier or padding and never a mildew problem, even though the plastic sheet test did show a minor amount of condensation. The key is a breathable carpet and decent airflow in the basement.

 

3) Any other type of flooring - laminate, vinyl, hardwood, etc will act to xxxx vapor evaporation, so risk mildew/mold under them. You can put down a sealer on the concrete and a vapor barrier and frequently get satisfactory service in a low moisture slab - generally only ones that are at or above surrounding ground level, but you always have the risk of mildew, and if ever flooded are pretty much trash. If you use a sheet product, use plastic, not organic - so vinyl, not linoleum, for instance. I have successfully done asphaltic based vinyl tiles and vinyl sheet using asphalt adhesive - the 1970's method - on damp flooring without trouble, but you have to make sure the concrete is VERY well sealed first with multiple penetrating coats of sealant placed on ground concrete surface so there is open voids for the sealant to penetrate, then let sit a week or more untouched and unwalked on before putting down the asphaltic-bonded tiles or sheet. The key is to make sure the concrete is less permeable to moisture than the overlying material. If you use a non-asphaltic adhesive (because of smell issues or allergies), then I would recommend full-adhesion waterproof mastic, not spot-adhered or glueless, so there are no air gaps under the sheet to accumualte moisture and mildew.

 

4) Of course, in new construction, if a full edge-bonded heavy duty plastic liner is put in the bedding sand layer UNDER the slab, that can turn a potentially wet or damp situation into a basically dry one, allowing almost any type of flooring to be used, though I NEVER recommend hardwood over below- or on-grade slabs. Of course, in a basement, one should probably assume that at some point it will get at least partially flooded from foundstion leak or pipe failure, so polished or stained or coated concrete, tile, or removeable flooring is the most likely to survive that.

 

5) Another option, in pretty much either case if your ventilation system removes the vapor as fast as the concrete can supply it, is padless thick open-weave area rug with a "Miller Weave", "Open Back", "Berber" or "Rag Rug" construction - which have lots of air holes in the rug and backing to let the moisture through. Then if getting damp or floods, just roll up and take out to garage and drape over some elevated 2x4's across sawhorses to dry out. Again, start with good concrete sealing first - preferably deep sealant with compatible epoxy surface coat to minimize water transmission.

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I agree with your choice - this is about the only product that can realistically, for a large room, be taken out and cleaned up after a flood and reused, thouhg carpet can be if you strip it into smaller pieces to carry wet, AND you have somewhere to wash and dry it - that is usually the problem. However, bear in mind it still has to be done within about 2 days or mildew/mold will grow on it, and may or may not be totally removeable. My personal preferences - mostly because their products are consistent, the joints stay snapped together, and they are not overly soft (a problem with cheap vinyls) are Pergo, Tarkett, Armstrong. Whatever you buy, be sure it can come back apart - some plank products are not made with a self-adhering contact glue in the joints that prevent you from taking it apart again, and some brands their snap design, while maybe better at preventing joint separation, cannot feasibly be unsnapped without tearing or breaking it off. Also, be sure whatever brandname and product line you choose it 100% vinyl (other than the urethane surface protective layer) - many vinyl floor products have paper or fiber cores or other water-absorbing components. Remember that, on concrete, since it wicks soil moisture through it, you till need a 6 mil vapor barrier under the flooring and positively sealed all around the edges to avoid the risk of mold growing on the underside of the vinyl.
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Agreed.  If you have existing cracking in porcelain you need to know the cause first.  I don't know of any reputable contractor that would dare install tile over existing tile.  Also, any manufacturer warranties for defects would be null due to improper installation.  Did the contractor offer this solution or did you ask for it?  The mear fact that he is agreeing to or offering it tells me you need to leave this guy for someone who knows what they are talking about before he does only half the job which will have to be redone in the near future, costing you more in the long run.

I get so many calls from customers that were talked into a "cheaper" way to do something only to find the work very sub-par.  The sad part is they are out the money they spent in the first place along with the additional amount I have to charge just to undo what the first contractor did before I can do it right.  This floor could end up costing you double what it should if it's not done right.

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Hardwood Flooring reviews in Providence

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is very appropriately named. Our floors look fabulous! And they were great to work with. and his team arrived when they said they would, stayed on schedule and left the house spotlessly clean with new, sparkling floors when they left. In addition to sanding and finishing all of our existing wood floors, ...More they advised us on wood choice, installation and finishing for some other floors we were having installed during a renovation project - ultimately saving us a significant sum - and they came back to finish them, so they would match our exiting floors. They look great! We could not be happier with the results and with our experience with .
- Caroline T.
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I saw the van at my neighbors house and since I had been meaning to find a new flooring guy to refinish my hardwoods, I approached and saw that he had done an excellent job refinishing my neighbors floors.
He gave me his business card and we went right ahead to schedule an appointment for a free ...More estimate. He was able to come the next day at the exact time that we had scheduled. I couldn't believe what an incredible PRICE he had given me especially in comparison to some of the bigger names out there. With sanding, staining (3 coats) AND REPAIRS (I supplied the wood) he only charged $600 for an area of about 300 square feet. Previous flooring guys had come and wanted to charge me nearly $1400 or more to do the same thing. It was a big deal for me to not use someone already on Angie's List but I went ahead and went through with it!
The first day he came at 8 am (with much consideration of my schedule) and arrived on time and ready to work. He had his team mate there, , who was also enthusiastic and ready to work. I was supposed to have everything moved out of the area for the day they started but I wasn't too talented on finding another place to move the fridge. and , without a problem, figured out a way to get the fridge out of the area that was being sanded. That was a relief!
I left the house and went to work for a bit to give them some space so that they could get started without me distracting them. When I came back towards the end of the day I was AMAZED! The floors looked absolutely incredible even with just the 2nd coat on. I am so HAPPY that I went with . is a great guy who is very PROFESSIONAL and know what he is doing. He was able to work around my busy schedule and still get my floors done within a very short period of time
HAS MY GREATEST REFERRAL!
- Amanda R.
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They were very professional but were going to charge me an arm and a leg to sand my floors and do repairs. oh but they have financing! It shouldn't be that expensive if you have to finance it! I just had my place done and it was a much better deal then ACE. With ACE you are paying for the name brand.
- Amanda R.
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Floors were originally painted which a number of companies wouldn't bother with. Ace gave me a good estimate and were on time and fast. One floor absorbed more finish than others and needed another coat. The guys came back and put on another coat at no extra charge. A little more clean-up than I expected, but otherwise aa great job!
- MARGARET C.
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Ace does a wonderful job. The only problem is that they don't remove carpet, even for a fee so it can be really difficult to get help doing that. Plus I was disappoint that there aren't any tools that can sand the risers.
Other than that, Ace is great.
- Dionne G.
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and his team and were awesome. They did a fantastic job - clean, neat, perfect! Our floors look amazing. Communication was great, very professional, on time, trust worthy and most importantly masters of their trade!
- kathleen M.
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Very prompt estimate and job accomplished as promised. quality of work was excellent. Only negative was the could have done a better job putting up plastic over opening into the rest of the house. But in general a good experience .
- thomas S.
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Tenants of 5 yrs recently moved out of a worn apartment and in addition to normal wear and tear, they had a dog which likely accelerated the wood floors' degradation. I hired , the owner of after reading previous reviews and getting a fair free quote the same day I called. ...More I liked that he was flexible enough to fit in a smaller job on a 3rd fl apartment with roughly 650sq ft. especially around Thanksgiving. He uses top quality products/tools and didn't give me a hard time about not protecting the floors from the painting I had been doing!
The job hit a snag when one of Jaysons crew caused a leak from a drain pipe of an old claw ft tub. This was caused by vibrations to the pipe. I was made aware of the situation immediately and considered this an honest mistake as I'm sure the plumbing to the tub was brittle (later confirmed by plumber + house was built in 1900) . completed every part of the job on schedule with the exception of applying polyurethane to the bathroom. I then hired a plumber who sorted the leak out and did some other work I was planning on having done after the floors were refinished anyway. and I came to a fair agreement to cover the repair costs of the pipe. Once the pipe was fixed, again showed up the same day to start applying the promised 3 coats in the bathroom.
Overall I was very satisfied with . There was excellent communication throughout the job, no corners were cut, and unforeseeable obstacles were overcome in a professional and honest manner. The floors look like new.


- Justin R.

Hardwood Floor Companies in Providence

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1treehouse

2519 10th Street

2nd Generation Remodeling

128 Colonial Ave
Cumberland

A and S Hardwood Flooring,CO.

Chopmist Hill rd
North Scituate

A Super Painter

99 Grant St
Warwick

A VICTORY FLOOR COVERING

111 1ST AVE
Cranston

A.E.P. CARPENTRY

60 Beeckman ave

Abba Wood Floor Refinishers

36 Linton St
Providence

ABT HANDY SERVICES

210 Winthrop St

Ace Wood Flooring

1283 Post Rd
Warwick

Affordable Home Solutions

95 Manchester St
West Warwick

AMERICAN FLOORS

13 BENEDICT ST
Riverside

American Reno

115 Chester St
Woonsocket

Andrey Dushkov

Portsmouth

AR Construction

94 ortoleva dr
Providence

Ares Construction

314 Tiogue Ave
Coventry

ATA Construction

259 winter st

Aucoin Construction

111 Langlais Dr
Hope

Audette Builders, LLC

10 Haley rd
Warwick

Barbosa remodeling LLC

45 appleton ave
Pawtucket

BART'S CARPET & FLOOR CTR

1979 KINGSTOWN RD
Wakefield

Bart's Carpet Sales

491 Davisville Rd
North Kingstown

Benchmark Carpentry

110 Paris Irons Rd
Smithfield

Bill Conlon Contracting

50 concord st
Providence

Blue Wave Projects Inc

356 MANTON AVE
Providence

Brassard Construction, Inc.

70 Bucklin Street
Pawtucket

BRODEUR & SONS INC

16 HARVEST RD
Warwick

BTTR Restoration

10 Dorrance St Ste 700
Providence

Calyx Homes Ltd

21 Spring Green Rd
Lincoln

Christian Brothers Hardwood Floors

5 Minnesota Avenue
Warwick

Ciotti & Sons Home Improvement, LLC

7 Lydia Ave.
North Providence

Clean Care of New England

850 Wellington Avenue
Cranston

Collum and Son Remodeling

46 Cottage Ave.
Portsmouth

Colon construction

77 warwick ave.
Prov.

Columbia House Construction

20 Hendricks St.
Wakefield

COTE JB CONSTRUCTION INC

256 RAILROAD ST
Manville

Coventry Lumber

2030 Nooseneck Hill Rd
Coventry

Craig Paris Construction

45 Burnside Ave.
Newport

CREST MANAGEMENT CO INC

PO BOX 92
Exeter

Cronin Construction

319 Longmeadow Ave
Warwick

CRT Remodeling

PO Box 9141
Pawtucket

D&D CONSTRUCTION

40 1/2 Jackson St.

D.Heywood Construction Inc.

1838 Atwood Ave
Johnston

Dale Construction co

4 Ellsworth
Warwick

Dana Carlson Enterprises

140 Point Judith Road
Narragansett

Daniel Hardwood Refinishing

15 Messer St
Providence

DaSilva's Floor Covering Inc

1179 Central Ave
Pawtucket

dc contractors

28 everett st

DENNIS BROTHERS BUILDING AND REMODELING

699 Aquidneck Ave.
Middletown

Diamond K Flooring

6 Vineland ave
North Providence

Domenic & Sons Floor Covering

255 GREENVILLE AVE
Johnston

Douglas Lumber Kitchens & Home

125 Douglas Pike
Smithfield

Duradek New England

135 teft hill trail
Exeter

E & K Construction

111 Burlingame Rd
Smithfield

EAGLE FLOORING

1104 BALD HILL RD
Warwick

East Side Construction

21 Dexter Road
East Providence

Edgewood RI Construction

1221 Narraganestt Blvd.
Cranston

ELCO Painting Inc.

290 Smith Street
North Kingstown

Elite Hardwood Flooring

221 Lacolle Lane
North Scituate

F. Oliveira's Home Improvement llc

4 Nelson st
North Providence

Fabulous Floors

PO Box 100174
Cranston

Faith Builders Construction

46 west shore drive
Exeter

falcon home improvement

72 Daniel Ave
Providence

Five Star Construction

521 Front Street
Woonsocket

Floor Coverings International

558 Mineral Spring Ave
Pawtucket

FLOORCOMM

5 Minnesota ave.
Warwick

Flooring by Trends

7412 Post Rd
North Kingstown

FLOORING CENTER

87 AIRPORT RD
Warwick

Forefront Builders LLC

PO Box 19922
Johnston

FUTURE FLOOR SURFACING

479 Providence Street
Warwick

G Johnson Builders Inc

592 Weaver Hill Rd
West Greenwich

H & R BUILDERS AND RENOVATION LLC

100 minnesota ave #3
Warwick

H.S. REMODELING, LLC

7 Remington Farm Drive
Coventry

Handy-Woman

146 Prospect St. #3
Providence

Handyman Express Inc.

140 Central Ave
Johnston

Handyman Matters of Rhode Island

284 Phenix Ave
Cranston

HARDWOOD FLOORS

12 Hull St
Jamestown

Home Creations

5187 Flat River Rd
Greene

Home Depot

387 Charles St
Providence

Hometown Craftsman

80 N Washington St

Houle Enterprises Inc.

23 Greene Street
West Warwick

Ideal Building Concepts

354 Victory Hwy
North Smithfield

Interstate Contracting Solutions

20 Florence St
North Providence

Isanata Home Improvement

81 Waumsett ave
Cumberland

ISLAND CARPET TILE & HARDWOODS

695 W MAIN RD
Middletown

Island Road Contracting

Butternut Drive
North Kingstown

J and A General Contractor LLC

15 Morgan Mill Rd
Johnston

J&J Flooring and Construction

76 Indian Trail
Chepachet

J&J General Construction LLC

15 Henry St
East Providence

J. Anderson Construction

115 Stillwater Road
Smithfield

James Adams O

24 Border St
West Warwick

JC Construction

1033 Oak St

Jennings All Spruced Up

6 Sonya Dr
Coventry

JJ Furtado Construction

14 Ludlow Rd
Middletown

JJJ Painting & Construction

9 Rice St
Johnston

KA REMODELING

68 2ND ST

KB Carpets & Tile

655 State Rd

Kitchen Inventions

PO Box 294
East Greenwich

KLM Consulting

Smithfield

L Sweet Lumber Co Inc

709 Harris Ave
Providence

LAG Home Improvement

481 Joslin Road
Harrisville

LE'S FLOOR SERVICES INC

5 HOBSON AVE
Cranston

lemire construction

64 McCabe Ave
Pawtucket

Lincoln Homes - Residential Contractor

1119 North Main Street
Providence

Lmb construction

Po box 27479
Providence

LMN Home Improvement

8 Bicentennial Way
North Providence

Long Hardwood Flooring

38 Houghton St
Barrington

Lopes General Contractor

203 Front Street #501
Lincoln

Lowe's

510 Quaker Lane
Warwick

Lowes

19 Dowling Village Blvd
North Smithfield

M & M Contracting

29 Russell Drive
North Kingstown

Manchester Carpentry & Remodeling

123 Cypress Ave
Tiverton

martelremodeling

167 Touisset rd.
Warren

Massud & Son Floor Covering Inc

772 Dexter St
Central Falls

Mello Construction

5 Gorham Pl
Bistol

MGB Construction

14 Colonial Ave
Tivderton

MICHAEL'S HARDWOOD FLOORS

88 Keeley Ave
Warwick

Micielli & Sons Contracting

25 Maplewood Ave.
Cranston

Mills Painting & Remodeling

134 Cathedral Ave
Providence

MRK Builders, LLC

73 North Palm Blvd.
Warwick

NE Floors

443 Turner Rd
Middletown

Nicholas J Battey Construction, INC

35 Bluff Road
Barrington

O.B.S Construction L.L.C.

90 grove Ave
Cranston

Ocean State Home Improvement Inc

8 Brookwood Dr
Johnston

OCEAN STATE PROPERTY SERVICES

542 RIVER AVE
Providence

Oliver Carpentry

140 Huard Street

OUTLET FLOOR COVERING CTR

48 Chum Blvd
Harrisville

P J's Carpets & Window Fashions

474 N Broadway
East Providence

P T FLOOR COVERING INC

91 N MAIN ST
Woonsocket

p v floor covering llc

120 Pepin St
West Warwick

P.C.I. Interiors

72 Rollingwood Dr
Johnston

Padilla Construction

132 Hendricks St
Central Falls

Paint&color

141 high st.

Paul Horn Painting

Bradley Terr,
Portsmouth

Phoenix Home Improvement

Providence County

PJ Flooring

P.O. Box 10125
Cranston

PLM Home Improvement

25 Coventry Drive
Coventry

Portrais Construction LLC

3970 Post Rd
Warwick

Precision Flooring

175 Ray Ave
Woonsocket

Professional Home Improvements

50 Vicksburg St
Providence

QSPS Housing Solutions

1200 Hartford Ave
Johnston

Quality Home Interiors

4 Doran Avenue
Bristol

Quality Renovations

2 Farnum Pike
Smithfield

R I CONSTRUCTION & CARPENTRY

44 ROSEDALE RD
Warwick

R Roy And Son

178 school street

RI Design Build Inc

5 Apple Tree Ln
Warwick

RI Floor Planing Company Inc

156 Morgan Ave
Johnston

Riera's Construction

620 Broad Street Ste. A
Providence

RL Construction

80 Webster Trail
Wakefield

RLS remodeling & construction Inc

96 Brookfield rd
Riverside

Ruggieri Brothers Inc

1191 Pontiac Ave
Cranston

Ruggieri's Carpet One

1191 Pontiac Ave
Cranston

RWL General Contractors

61 Arland Dr
Pawtucket

RWTM CONSTRUCTION AND REMODELING

128 DENDRON RD
Wakefield

S & E Tile Co. Inc.

10 Olivia Ct
Johnston

Scott Stanley Remodeling

4 Dreadnaught Ave
Bristol

Sentinel Builders Inc

20 Penbryn Ave
Smithfield

SG Home Improvement

Park ave
Cranston

SIMONSAYZFIXIT,INC

112 MOORE ST
Providence

Sonlight Home Repair Services

36 Canton St
Providence

SonZie Construction

lyon ave
East Providence

South Road Industry Inc.

98 Rodman St.
Peace Dale

SRC Construction

92 Silver Spring Avenue
Riverside

Stanley Steemer

57 Vermont Ave
Warwick

State Rug

350 Station St
Cranston

Stella's Construction

446 whipple st

Stellas Construction

Whipple St and Cash St

Steven Whalen, General Contractor

7 Circle Rd
Smithfield

Stillman Contracting

1058 Greenwich Ave
Warwick

Stratcon - Strategic Construction Services

47 East Orchard St
Woonsocket

Summit Kitchen Design

Bayview Ave.
Newport

Superior Flooring

104 Laurems St.
Cranston

Taglione Const

297 Hoxie Ave
Warwick

Taylor Made Home Improvement

150 Becker Av.
Riversider

TEBN Woodcraft LLC

12 Di Ponte Drive
Johnston

Tesseract Builders

25 Stillwater Dr
Scituate

TJI Construction

40 Hillcrest Dr
Cranston

UPKEEP HOME IMPROVEMENT INC

88 IRVING AVE
East Providence

VALLEY FLOOR COVERING

144 BROAD ST
Cumberland

Vargas Services

54 Imera St.
Providence

Vaz Construction

23 Sarah Teft Dr
Warwick

Veteran Contractors

73 Prospect St
Cumberland

Victor General Contractor

69 Courtland St
Cranston

Victory Remodeling

780 reservoir ave. #279
Cranston

W Lavallee Construction & Design

68 N. Garden Street
Cumberland

Warmzone

12637 S 265 W Suite 100

WARWICK FLOORS

350 STATION ST
Cranston

Wave Construction

141 propect st
Providence

White Contracting

366 Minerva Ave
Cumberland

White Home Improvement

513 Natick Ave
Cranston

WKP Construction Services LLC

91 Evelin Cir
Middletown

YR Construction

PO Box 73
West Warwicik

Z.D.Brown Construction

131 Third Street
West Warwick

ZAMPINI HARDWOOD FLOORS

8 TOWER VIEW CT
Narragansett

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