Concrete Wall Tiles Could Be The Perfect Choice For Your Bathroom Upgrade


When you renovate your bathroom to give it a luxury upgrade, you might want to look into putting concrete tiles on the walls. Concrete tiles are thin, so they are fairly lightweight, and they can be made into different shapes and colors. Here are some reasons to consider concrete for your bathroom walls. The Tiles Can Be Custom-Made You have a lot more choices when it comes to using concrete for your walls.

18 March 2018

Placing Carpeting Over Wood Flooring? Tips For Installing The Tack Strips


Looking to cover up your hardwood flooring with carpeting? If so, you'll need to install tack strips around the room for the carpeting to attach to. A tack strip is a quart inch thick piece of wood that has tacks sticking out of it, which protects the hardwood flooring and keeps the carpeting stretched. Here is how you install these strips: Tools and Materials Before you can get started, you'll need several tools and materials to get this job done.

6 December 2017

Four Reasons To Choose Natural Stone Tile For Your Bathroom Floor


When the time comes to choose your new bathroom floor, you might be overwhelmed by all of the options. There's laminate, bamboo, wood, and so many different types of tile! But whether you have a rustic bathroom or a more modern one, there is one flooring option that really stands out from the rest: natural stone tile. Here are four reasons to strongly consider this option for your bathroom. It's good for the planet.

15 October 2017

Tip For Keeping The Epoxy-Coated Floors In Your Auto Garage Shining Like New


After your floor was coated with epoxy, you more than likely admired its gleaming appearance. When flooring is coated in a workplace like a garage, properly cleaning and maintaining your floor is the only way to keep it looking new. While flooring in a place like a garage may seem impossible to keep clean, you should know that most epoxy floor coatings are easily cared for and will remain looking new with proper attention.

4 October 2016

How To Remove Tile Floors


Tile is a very popular material in bathrooms for a number of reasons: it is relatively easy to clean, it is waterproof and it has a classy look. However, if your tile becomes too aged or out of date and you want to replace it with a new style, removing the original tile is quite difficult. This article explains the best tools and tips for safely and quickly removing tile. Jackhammer

26 May 2016

4 Tips For Combining Hardwoods Of Different Colors For Patterns And Designs In Flooring


If you want to have new custom wood floors installed in your home, you may want to combine colors of materials for patterns and decoration. Some of this can be done with stains, but for more colors and textures, you may want to use a variety of different woods. Using different woods will give you a pallet of colors and textures to choose from for unique hardwood floors. Here are some tips to help you with choosing the best materials for hardwood floors with different colors for design:

13 April 2016

Floor Vs. Carpet: What To Do With Those Newly Discovered Old Floors


If you're in the midst of a house remodeling project and have found old wood floors underneath the carpet you've just pulled up, you might be considering trying to save the floors instead of replacing the carpet. That is a viable option; it's not unusual for the floors to be in pretty good shape despite carpet nails, stains, and the occasional broken board. But whether you can refinish the floor or will have to replace it -- or if you should just place new carpet over the whole thing -- depends on a few factors.

16 January 2016