Refinishing hardwood floors is an excellent renovation project for homeowners whether you’re updating a single room or want to give new life into all of the flooring in your home. We're sharing tips for how to prepare and tackle a hardwood floor refinishing project.
Homeowners are choosing concrete floors for their indoor and outdoor spaces because of the material’s beauty and durability. From garage floors to basement floors, and for outdoor concrete patios, you can make your home look amazing with a stained concrete floor.
Although Cork flooring has been around for many years, the plant-based material is becoming a favorite for homeowners due to its durability, ease of cleaning, low cost, and sustainability.
A pocket door is ideal for small rooms or areas where a swinging door would take up too much space. Before cutting walls and installing a pocket door, make sure you understand its mechanics to decide whether it’s the best choice for your space.
There are reasons to select PEX over copper for your home's water-supply system, but PEX comes with a downside - rodents are attracted to the plastic tubing. Learn why this is a problem and what you can do to prevent damage.
There are many hallway lighting ideas - from low-hanging chandeliers to stylish table lamps. Learn about lighting options for adding function and style to your hallways.
Instead of trying to hide your home’s problems, you should address significant issues before putting your home on the market. Learn about problems you shouldn’t try to conceal and should consider fixing.
Most showers lose floor space to bottles of shampoo and conditioner, shaving necessities, and soap or body wash. If you need more shower storage space, these 10 ideas will help you plan the perfect inset.
If you’re planning a home improvement project, it may cost more than it did a year ago. The coronavirus pandemic caused the price of popular building materials to go up, some to their highest levels in years.
Repairing cracks is a bit more complicated with ceilings, however, by following a few time-honored techniques, a homeowner can often successfully repair cracks in ceilings without much trouble.