We have a VERY old rent house and our last renter left owing us money and a house with a TON of damage. The kitchen floor was large tile and now over 50% of the tile... See more
I want to remove the carpeting from the hallway and bedrooms. How hard is it to paint cement floors? What kind of paint? Can't afford laminate or hardwood floors.
What is the easiest way to replacebathroom flooring for someone who has never done it? What is a good, cost efficient material? Thank you!! :)
I have a tile floor. The graying grout between the tiles is so hard to clean and keep clean. Any tips out there?
Removing carpet from stairs. Top most step/landing has carpet over lip of step. Any suggestions on how to finish this. Do I just leave the carpet there?
allerys made me remove carpet , what is the best way to cover floors that had carpet removed. 13and a half square room
We are trying to replace all the flooring on our main floor, and open up our kitchen. All the flooring has come out easily so far, except this parquet. It is glued do... See more
right when you step in my house there is a broken board on floor also in my room how can i fix it cheap and easy
How can I get my old wood floors looking new again
That Management refuses to replace.
Thanks so much
A contractor spilled something on the carpet and after he left I saw it ( pic 1 ) and applied 'Resolve" carpet cleaner but it made it much worse ( pic 2 ) what can I ... See more
There is no need to save the tiles and the sub floor can also be removed.
I have been painting the old board floors in my old house ,all was going well until on one floor after two coats ,I looked and the knots were showing through. I had ... See more
Need an idea to clean caulking between floor tiles in the kitchen. More trafficked areas don't look clean with regular mopping. I've tried baking soda and white vineg... See more
I am prepping my floor for tile, and I'm having a hard time getting the rest of this old adhesive off of the floor. Can I tile over this as is? Should I get some sort... See more
what can I do to refurbish or renew this floor without removing the linoleum or the entry strip? This floor is over 3o yrs. I can't get the yellowish stain out after ... See more