Question by SheCodes: How can I permanently attach furniture to a concrete floor?
We have a ladies’ powder room in our church, and massive wall damage is happening from women pushing the chairs and loveseat against the wall. We already have a chair rail, which is a different height than the chair backs.
The floor is carpet, no padding, concrete underneath. I’ve seen hotels in the past permanently bolt (or glue?) furniture to the floor, and would love to do this.
Answer by bettym get some gorilla glue and itll hold the chairs an such to the floors.. but wouldnt it be easier to get some foam padding.. and use some material on it..then hook onto the walls where the backs of the chairs would hit?? this way you can change the chairs or move them when you need to clean.. havent ya noticed in most motels and hotels their not as clean under the furniture??w ell thats because theyve bolted the furniture to the floors and cant get to it
and yes u cna use cement screws for this as well…
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Question by revjim56: i have an open floor in a church fellowship hall. is there any liquid that i can pour to self level this floor
the foundation in the church fellowship hall as shifted. we want to repour over the existing floor to level this area a bit. 7’Wx28’l we want a good self leveling product to pour over and level as much as possible.
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