Floors

When it's time to remodel your home, why not start with the flooring? Know what options you have as well as how tough it is to maintain and repair each type before choosing to renovate.

  • Applying Epoxy Concrete Floor Paint

    Adam Mandelbaum  Posted by Adam Mandelbaum on January 7, 2013

    You may not have given much thought to protecting your garage or basement floors, but these areas often take a lot of punishment. There’s a great way to give these surfaces a non-slip coating that will also seal pores and improve their durability: epoxy concrete floor paint....

  • How to Repair Ceramic or Porcelain Tile

    Adam Mandelbaum  Posted by Adam Mandelbaum on January 7, 2013

    Ceramic and porcelain tiles, whether on the floor or the shower wall, are pretty easy to deal with, should they become damaged. With a few tools and a little time, you'll have your tile looking like new again. Solution #1: Tile Filler and Paint To repair cracked tiles, you...

  • Refinishing Wood Floors

    Adam Mandelbaum  Posted by Adam Mandelbaum on January 7, 2013

    Refinishing floors is no quick and easy task. It takes time, skill, and the right tools. Whether you want to take on this task on your own or have a professional take care of it for you, your old floors can shine like new again. Here's what you'll need for this project:...

  • Cleaning and Maintaining Your Tile Floor

    Adam Mandelbaum  Posted by Adam Mandelbaum on January 7, 2013

    While your tile floor may look nice, it is there primarily for one purposes: to be walked on. The constant treading upon, combined with dust and other debris that end up on the floor, can cause it to get pretty dirty. Because a tile floor is made of different components (the...

  • Hardwood Inlay Flooring

    Adam Mandelbaum  Posted by Adam Mandelbaum on January 7, 2013

    A hardwood floor is a wonderful part of any home. If you would like to make your floor even more special, you might want to consider installing a decorative inlay. A decorative inlay can be a breathtaking aspect of home, so it's important that you pick out a suitable design and...

  • Installing a Tile Floor

    Adam Mandelbaum  Posted by Adam Mandelbaum on January 7, 2013

    It is almost impossible to find a home without a tile floor in at least one room or another. The tiles that make up these floors can come in all kinds of materials, shapes, sizes, textures, and colors. If you are looking to install a tile floor, or replace an existing tile...

  • Repairing Hardwood Floors

    Adam Mandelbaum  Posted by Adam Mandelbaum on January 7, 2013

    Hardwood floors are usually interconnected when they are laid down. So, if you have a damaged section of your flooring, you can't just pry it up. You would have to take out the whole floor first! This guide will give you some advice on patching a section of your hardwood floor....

  • Installing Hardwood Floors

    Adam Mandelbaum  Posted by Adam Mandelbaum on January 7, 2013

    Hardwood floors add a high level of class and warmth to almost any room in any home. They add a natural look to your home and hold heat much better than a lot of other flooring options do. Sure, they can be expensive, but, for many, it is worth it to give this beautiful look to...

  • Flooring Options for Your Remodel

    Ana M. Ferrer  Posted by Ana M. Ferrer on November 7, 2014

    When it's time to remodel your home, where do you start? Why not with the floors? If you're unsure of what flooring options you have, take a peek at this guide for flooring options and get that remodeling project underway. Wood flooring Wood flooring is a simple way to add...

  • Caring for Epoxy Floors

    Ana M. Ferrer  Posted by Ana M. Ferrer on November 12, 2014

    Concrete flooring with an epoxy coating is becoming a more common choice for homeowners looking for a cost-effective way to add decorative flooring to their interiors and even their garages. If you have epoxy floors in your home, caring for them is important to maintain their...

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