The average floor takes a ton of abuse. Shoes, pets, kids and furniture all take their toll, leaving your floors looking worse for wear. While materials like natural stone, laminate, porcelain tile and even hardwood are designed to be durable, you still need to put some effort in when it . . . Read more
How do you get a clean pebble shower floor that will shine? This guide will explain how to keep the floor looking squeaky clean. When it comes to bathroom design, pebble shower floors bring an attractive, rustic touch to your shower space. This unique flooring features a series of . . . Read more
If you are thinking about getting tile flooring, there are several pros and cons to consider. This type of material can be used in multiple environments, and you don’t have to worry about stains, design, or water. It is a hard tile, which means there are some characteristics that will . . . Read more
Take a look at the proper ways to provide care and maintenance for your limestone tile flooring.
Depending on your type of floors, the type of cleaning will vary, but any floor can be cleaned easily. Here’s how to clean your kitchen floor.
Here’s what homeowners need to know when it comes to caring for their metal roofing.
According to a survey of remodeling pros by Angie’s List, bathroom remodels top the list as the most popular project for homes, with custom ceramic and p𝘰rcelain tile showers gaining prominence. And why not? Ceramic and p𝘰rcelain tile shower surrounds are a practical and eye-catching focal point in a well-designed . . . Read more
It happens to every pet owner at least once. You’re late getting home, and your pet couldn’t wait. Or maybe they got into the trash and wound up with an upset stomach and ensuing digestive chaos. Whatever the reason, don’t despair when your nose tells you Fido or Fifi made . . . Read more
Here are some tips for maintaining your deck railings so they serve you for years to come.
Show of hands, and let’s be honest here, who uses their garage as a dumping ground for all things broken, deflated, expired, or too-big-to-fit-in-the-house? Don’t worry, most of us are guilty of treating our garage like a 200 square foot junk drawer. But what if I told you there was . . . Read more