When it comes to selecting engineered hardwood or laminate flooring, there are reasons to choose either based on specific situations. And, both types of flooring are offered in a variety of options and are easy to install. Learn about these types of flooring and which is best for your project.
Tile is a common design consideration for kitchens, bathrooms, laundry rooms, and more. Factors that impact tile installation cost include square footage, type of tile being used, additional materials required for installation, subfloor repair and installation, and geographic location. Learn more about factors that impact the cost of tile installation.
Over time, tile grout can stain, crack, and come loose which means it's time to repair or replace it. Grout repair is easy and budget-friendly and can update the look of kitchen or bathroom tile. Damaged grout can make your tile look old and worn, and can also create an environment for bacteria and mold growth.
Installing wood flooring improves the overall appearance of a room and increases the value of your home. Hardwood flooring costs vary based on the type of wood, width of the planks, stain, adhesive, and style. On average, 50-75 percent of your budget will be for materials and the rest to installation. Some contractors will include the removal of old wood flooring or carpeting with the price of installation and trim while others do not. Learn more about costs to expect when installing hardwood flooring.
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.
Cleaning your home could be an effective line of defense against COVID-19. Learn tips for effectively cleaning your home during this challenging time.
If maintained properly, wood floors can hold their finish and look like new for years. Cleaning them isn’t difficult, but picking the best mop for the job can be tricky.
Although steam mopping can help remove dirt and effectively kill germs, excess moisture and high heat can damage some finishes. A good solution might be using a floor cleaner specially designed for your type of flooring.