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Tips for Removing Old Tile & Preparing Your Floor for New Tile

1 May 2017
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If you have a broken, cracked, and worn tile floor in your kitchen or bathroom, then you may not be too happy about the general appearance of the floor. It may just be time to have a replacement installed. If you want to complete some of the prep work yourself, then this involves the removal of the old tile. This can be a time consuming job, but if you are up for it, keep reading to learn about what you need to do. Read More …

How To Repair Hardwood Flooring Scratches And Gouges Without Completing A Full Floor Refinish

29 February 2016
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Your solid hardwood floor can be sanded down and refinished up to a dozen different times during its lifetime to keep it looking great and lasting long. But, if your hardwood floors have become damaged with gouges and scratches, you can repair them without sanding them down to the wood for refinishing. With the right tools and instructions, you can repair this type of damage to your hardwood floors. Here are instructions to help you. Read More …

3 Options To Naturally Remove Sticky, Cloudy Residue From Your Hardwood Floors

4 September 2015
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As a homeowner, you are most likely aware of the various tasks to clean and update your house. From fixing a leaky faucet and repairing a broken shutter to replacing warn roofing shingles, these tasks are necessary for your home's appeal, function, and value. Unfortunately, you may not be placing enough time and effort into your flooring. Considering 54 percent of potential buyers are willing to pay extra for hardwood floors, maintaining your home's wood floors is essential to its value and appeal. Read More …