Tips For Successfully Applying An Epoxy Garage Floor Coating

If you spend a lot of time working on projects in your garage and don't like the old concrete slab floor, then applying an epoxy garage floor coating is the answer.  You can use a garage floor coating in any color or style you like and applying the coating isn't as hard as you might believe it to be.  Before attempting a garage floor coating project, consider the following tips. [Read More]

Having A Tough Time Cleaning Vinyl Flooring?

Vinyl flooring should be easy to keep clean. It doesn't require very special cleaning solutions, and it's usually easy to sweep and mop. Yet if you've found yourself repeatedly mopping the floors to still end up with new mop pads turning dark with dirt, which is not uncommon, you may decide these floors are hard to clean. Vinyl flooring isn't actually that hard to clean. It turns out the cause can be one of a few things that can leave dirt on the floor even after you think you've mopped it up. [Read More]

Hardwood Floor Installation: What to Expect

It's no secret that hardwood flooring can be a bit more demanding and time-consuming to install than other types of flooring. Luckily, professional installers do most of the work for you. But as a homeowner, it is still nice to know what to expect when you arrange to have a hardwood floor installed. Don't let these intricacies of the process surprise you. The wood may need to acclimatize. If you choose natural hardwood planks, your installer will probably call you a few days or a week before installation and ask if they can drop the wood off. [Read More]

3 Tips To Taking The Mess Out Of Home Renovations

More often than not, home renovations require making a mess before becoming beautiful. Here, you'll find a few helpful tips to get you through your home renovations with as little clean-up as possible during and after the completion of the project. Dustless Floor Sanding Services One potentially very messy step in renovation work is redoing hardwood floors. Hardwood floors may start out looking disastrous, but with a little skill, the right products, and some hard work, those hardwoods can be restored to their original beauty in no time. [Read More]