5 Tips For Maintaining Real Wood Flooring

21 December 2017
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It is not surprising that wood flooring is an incredibly popular flooring choice-- wood flooring is beautiful and timeless and comes in a number of styles and color variations. Real wood flooring is not inexpensive, so if you;re planning to invest in wood flooring for your home it is important to know how to care for it so it can retain its beauty for many years to come. Use the following tips for maintaining wood flooring: Read More 

Notice Your Hardwood Floors Squeaking? 4 Things You Can Do Right Away

23 October 2017
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Stepping on older hardwood flooring often comes with the floorboards squeaking underneath your feet. While this may not be much of an issue, it can be frustrating when the squeaking becomes louder over time and you're sensitive to noises. Instead of trying to ignore the problem, it's a good idea for you to look into what you can do to stop the floorboards from being an issue. Try Powdered Graphite Between Floorboards Read More 

Four Changes To Make To A Building When You Want To Convert It Into An Auto Body Shop

16 August 2017
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When you want to open an auto body shop, it is important to properly prepare the building for the services that work that you will be doing. There are many people who do not realize how much work goes into preparing a building for use as an auto body shop. The following guide walks you through a few changes you may want to make to the shop to make your work easier. Read More 

Tips For Installing An Epoxy Floor Coating In Your Home’s Garage

16 November 2016
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If you have decided the time has come to cover your garage's old concrete slab floor with an epoxy floor coating, then you will be pleased to know that this is a project you can easily complete in a single weekend. Even though the process of installing an epoxy floor coating may seem complicated because it requires three layers of paint, in reality, the process is fairly straightforward if you closely follow the directions on the paint that you use. Read More 

How To Prep And Stain Your Hardwood Flooring

7 November 2016
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Hardwood floors are beautiful, especially older hardwood floors. Older floors with their dents, dings, bumps, and knots tell a story, so if you have older floors that are still in great shape, don't remove them just yet. Try to have them sanded down and re-stained in order to save them and preserve their beauty. If you live in an older home, you may have hardwood floors beneath your carpeting and not even know it. Read More