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Finding Out More About Flooring

I have never been one of those people who is overly concerned about messes in their house, but a few months ago I noticed that our carpet was absolutely hammered. We had frieze carpet that was completely matted down, and it was really embarrassing. It made our home look filthy, so I started thinking more seriously about going through and replacing all of it. I started working on the project, and it took a few months. However, when we were finally done switching out the flooring, it looked beautiful and I was really happy with it. Check out this blog for more information on flooring choices for your home.


4 Tips For Removing And Replacing A Broken Tile

28 April 2017
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Ceramic tiles are beautiful, long lasting, and relatively durable, but even they can break or crack at times. The advantage of ceramic tiles is that you can replace just one — you don't have to re-tile the whole floor like you do with some other types of flooring. However, it can be hard to remove and replace broken tiles. To guide you along the way, here are some tips to help. Read More …

Basics Of Epoxy Flooring For Your Commercial Space

11 January 2017
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When it comes to finishing the floors in that new storefront you just secured, one of the things you should think about is coating the floor with an epoxy treatment. Whether you're unfamiliar with epoxy floors or you've overlooked them due to misconceptions, understanding some of the facts about these floors may help you decide if they're right for your new business space. Here's a look at a few of the things you should know about epoxy floor coating. Read More …

Three Signs Your Historic Fixer-Upper Is Worth The Cost

5 December 2016
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If HGTV and online DIY blogs have inspired you to invest in your own fixer-upper home, you need to find the ideal "diamond in the rough." Sometimes, fixer-upper homes are not worth the money they take to restore, or they are completely beyond your expertise, requiring the need to hire contractors and engineers to assist in the renovations. Here are some key things to look for. 1. Preserved wood floors. Read More …