Just replaced carpet with manufactured hard wood. Now replacing old slate tile in entry way and thru the hallway. Need to know how to pick a coordinating tile floorin... See more
I have Hard tiles in my house .I want to lay down wooden planks or different tiles from a box . Do I have to break up the old tiles? Can I put wood flooring on cement... See more
There are a few stone tiles that have absorbed rust from an older car. Need to remove these stains.
I had a flood in my kitchen and need to replace my flooring. Here is what I have-2 teenagers, a pool (with the access being through the kitchen), a lab that sheds lik... See more
Help my floors are only a year old and you could almost not even notice but I was comparing my dining and kitchen floors and realized there’s dirt in the grooves of... See more
I am in search of this flooring because it is no longer made...any ideas!!??
How can I remove tough stubborn stains from my carpet without using a vacuum cleaner?Which home made hacks can I use?
I have luxury vinyl flooring in my kitchen and about 15 white circles have appeared in different areas of the flooring. It looks as if the vinyl has faded. I have the... See more
I moved into my parents 60 yr old home when they passed and the living room has real hardwood floors. How hard is it to strip off old finish and redo? It also has a f... See more
I’m heartbroken that my toddler granddaughter ruined my dining room floors with a black marker. The marks are horrible. I’ve tried toothpaste, Dawn, alcohol and f... See more
Husband has increasing accident s and was seeking help for the best type of flooring?
New carpet - leftover - want to use it some where else but need to "seal"edge so it will not keep raveling
What supplies/materialswould I need to remove grit, grime, grease, dust embedded on vinyl floor around perimeters of appliances that doesn't appear to have EVER been ... See more
Tried all sorts of cleaners, nothing has worked.
Peel and stick planks - where can I use them? If not, what would be a good alternative if I can't afford the waterproof planks?
I live in a old mill house I have the a regional fur floors they have been painted over several times some boards missing I would love to have hard wood floors but i... See more
We are removing old linoleum and so far hot water seems the work the best but is still really hard work. Does anyone know of an easier way? Kerosene and torches are o... See more