A Guide To Modular Floor Installation

Posted on: 27 December 2017

A lot of homeowners spend years saving up money to invest in home remodels. Instead of paying professionals to make repairs, you should try and handle some projects yourself. That is, there are a lot of great DIY home renovations that are great for people trying to reduce the cost of their project. On many of these projects, the cost of labor and up outweighing the cost of the supplies. So, if you have time to do some work on your weekends, you can cut your costs in half.
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Frequently Asked Questions About Hardwood Dustless Sanding

Posted on: 11 November 2017

One of the benefits associated with hardwood flooring is that you can sand the wood down to remove scratches and minor warping or to re-stain the wood. This helps it to look good as new, even if it is 10, 20, or 30 years old. But one of the downsides to sanding down the floor is that dust can fly through your home, making a mess. One of the newest ways to sand down a floor is called hardwood dustless sanding.
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Why You Should Invest In Porcelain Tiles

Posted on: 27 August 2017

Do you live with a smoker who has caused cigarette burns on numerous areas of your carpet? The bad thing about cigarettes burns is that they are permanent, so the best way to bring your floors back to a good condition is to invest in new materials. If you don't want to deal with cigarette burns in the future, consider investing in hard tiles for your house. A great tile option to consider is porcelain because it has a number of benefits.
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Can You Handle Your Own Hardwood Refinishing Project?

Posted on: 12 July 2017

One of the best things about owning a hardwood floor is that it can be refinished. Homeowners can remove the old stain and apply a new finish that will make their floor look newer and completely different. Whether you are just looking to update your home style, or your floor needs to be resealed, a new stain will benefit your floor in more ways than one. Refinishing your hardwood floor can be a perfect DIY project if you have the right tools.
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