Want To Update Your Cabinets After Buying An Older House? 3 Features To Consider

Posted on: 27 January 2020

After purchasing an older home where the cabinets are in bad condition, you'll likely be itching to have them replaced or restored on your own. If restoration is something you've considered due to how much more affordable it can be compared to replacing them, there are several features you can look for in order to make sure that the cabinets look great afterward and your money is used wisely. Matching Hardware
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3 Things You Didn't Know About Epoxy Flooring.

Posted on: 23 January 2020

Epoxy floor coating can turn your concrete floors into magnificent works of art that are also durable and easy to maintain. There's a lot to learn about this special coating that has so much to offer. Read on to learn 3 things you didn't know about epoxy flooring. What is epoxy flooring? Epoxy is a liquid that is carefully and evenly poured on a concrete floor. Many people imagine this epoxy flooring as a good way to get the most out of their garage  when they want a nice-looking floor.
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How To Prepare And Replace Your Carpeted Floors With Hardwood

Posted on: 23 January 2020

Here are a few things you should do to prepare the carpeted areas in your home if you will be replacing them with hardwood floors. Hardwood floors are beautiful and can last a lifetime in a home when properly cared for. They are a popular choice among many homeowners and you can find a hardwood flooring contractor to handle the installation. To save yourself some money, you can tear out the carpet and get the floors prepped for the new flooring.
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6 Tips For Refinishing Your Hardwood Floors

Posted on: 21 January 2020

Have your home's hardwood floors seen better days? It may be worth it to refinish the hardwood flooring so that it can look brand-new again. Here are some tips for getting this job done.  Empty The Rooms Don't think that refinishing your floors is something that you can efficiently do in sections. You'll want to do all of your sanding at once and then follow it up with staining. Do yourself a favor and clear out all of the rooms that require refinishing.
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