Flooring & Carpet

How to Lay Carpet on a Concrete Floor

If you are finished building a basement or a room inside your garage you can warm up the floor and make it look better by laying carpet on it. Basements and other areas that have concrete can attract moisture so a basement or overly wet area may not be good or carpet. But a concrete [...]

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Protecting your Vinyl Floor

Vinyl floors can be a long lasting and beautiful addition to a home. Vinyl can last a long time even with everyday foot traffic. But vinyl flooring is vulnerable to aging and accidents and can be damaged if not cared for in a proper way.

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How to Remove Mildew from Carpets and Rugs

Many things can cause mildew to appear on your carpet. From flooding to wet basements, living with a rug or carpet that has mildew is unattractive and unhealthy. It is important to try to catch the mildew when it first forms as it will be easier to remove. If your carpet is showing some signs [...]

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What to Look for When Choosing a Carpet

With all the everyday foot traffic that your carpet has seen maybe it is time to buy new carpet for your home. Or maybe you will be building a home and the flooring is a big issue. You have to know how to pick the right carpet you need and what the most important aspects [...]

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How to Remove Old Carpet

Removing a carpet seems like a very difficult job in the beginning but with a little work and these helpful tips you can accomplish it easily.

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How to Sand Your Wood Floor

A nice aspect of wood floors is the fact that they can be sanded and refinished and look brand new. Professionals can do this but it is very easy to do it yourself. Sanding a wood floor takes come patience and it is better to follow a few steps to make the floor look great. [...]

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How to Repair Scratches for Hardwood Floors

Repairing scratches on hardwood floors is easy to do and it will make your hardwood floor look like new. Depending on the scratches on the hardwood floor, generally, you can use repair kits but if there are large or deep scratches you may have to sand the floor.

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