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How to Remove Tile Sealer Without Damage

If you have tile flooring, a sealant can be applied to keep the surface protected from scratches and stains. This sealer is durable and resistant to things like moisture and scuffs, making it a wise choice if you want to prolong the life of your tiles. Sometimes, however, you might . . . Read more

How to Repair Damaged Grout

Grout is a common material used with tile, and it keeps the spaces between each tile looking uniform. This material can become damaged over time, and it will likely require a bit of repair to restore it to its original state. If you’re dealing with damaged grout, there are some . . . Read more

Kitchen Flooring: Vinyl or Laminate?

The kitchen is one of the most-used rooms of the home and as such, it needs kitchen flooring designed to hold up to the daily wear and tear of life. Grease splatters, spilled food, and melting ice cubes are just a few of the daily occurrences the floors need to . . . Read more

Flooring Transition from the Kitchen to the Living Room

The living room and the kitchen are two of the most-used rooms in the home but their needs are very different, which often results in two different flooring types in these spaces. Keep the look between the two rooms smooth and safe by ensure that proper transitions are installed between . . . Read more

How to Increase the Value of Your Home

Selling a home can be an overwhelming task, especially when there are many homes on the market in your area. Make your home stand out from the rest while still receiving top dollar by making your flooring an important selling feature of the property. Even if you aren’t selling the . . . Read more

Wood Flooring in the Kitchen: Pros and Cons

Wood flooring has long been considered a luxurious way to bring warmth and timeless style to a space. This traditional flooring option isn’t usually considered an appropriate choice for kitchen design because it is highly susceptible to water damage. Before you count beautiful hardwoods out as a flooring option for . . . Read more