How To Maintain And Care For Waterproof Flooring

30 April 2018
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Waterproof flooring is ideal for areas of your home that are prone to flooding or wetness, such as a basement. The water-resistant flooring will also come in handy if you have kids or pets and want to keep your tiles looking and performing their best.  Typically made of vinyl planks, waterproof flooring is known for its strength and durability, no matter how busy your household is. The flooring is treated with a special technology that doesn't allow moisture to penetrate the planks. Read More 

4 Tips For Removing Old Water Stains On Your Home’s Wood Floors

20 February 2018
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If you have hardwood floors in your home, you may have some areas where the beauty of the flooring is marred by old water stains, so you would like to try to remove them. If so, use the following tips for removing old water stains on your home's wood floors, using ingredients you may already have in your cupboards. Sand the Finish Off of the Wood Before you start treating the stain, the first thing you will need to do is sand off a thin layer of wood. Read More 

4 Benefits Of Granite Tile Flooring

20 November 2017
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Choosing the best type of flooring for your home will require the right amount of effort. There are a variety of ways you can improve the appearance of your property by installing the ideal type of flooring. One of the top materials to choose if you want to make the most of your living space may be granite tile. Knowing some of the numerous advantages of selecting this type for your home is sure to be helpful to you. Read More 

The Best Flooring For Rental Properties: What To Know

20 October 2016
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If you own a rental property and you want to find a flooring material that is practical and that will last, laminate wood flooring and ceramic tile are two of the best options you should consider for the property. These two materials offer a variety of benefits that will appeal to both you as the property owner and to the potential renters that will live in the property throughout the year. Read More 

Add Beauty With A Homemade Area Rug Made With Extra Pieces Of Nylon Carpeting

8 August 2016
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If you recently had several colors of nylon carpeting installed in the rooms in your home and have some large pieces left over from the project, use them to create an area rug for your front porch to cover up a bare section. The rug can be placed underneath patio furniture to give the sitting area a welcoming appearance or placed underneath potted plants and foliage. Materials measuring tape marker utility knife scissors roll of carpet adhesive broom soapy water scrub brush carpet pad Measure, Mark, And Cut Carpet Squares That Are The Same Size Read More