Transitioning hardwood floor to tile floor-is there a better way?
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Vinyl plank flooring vs pergo (laminate)
I currently have stinky dirty carpeting in my living room and I want to replace it with a durable flooring that can stand up to dogs and kids.
How to remove popcorn ceiling that has been painted?
Does having a paint over a popcorn ceiling change how I'd remove the popcorn ceiling?
Since carpet tiles use an adhesive will they damage laminate or hardwood floors?
Is it normal for a tile floor to be higher than bordering the wood flooring? If so is there a type of transitional piece
Is it better to use sheet vinyl or tiles on a concrete floor for a screened in porch?
I have a 13' x 6.5' porch that I want to put a vinyl floor in since my son plays there and it would be easy to clean and warmer on the feet than the concrete but wond... See more
Cracked bathroom floor tiles. Is there a way to repair
Is there a simple way to repair these cracked floor tiles without removing and replacing? The damage was probably caused by the plumber dragging or dropping a heavy ... See more
Vinyl plank wood-look floor versus engineered hardwood
We are building a new home and trying to decide between engineered hardwood or vinyl plank wood-look flooring. We have two kids and are wanting durability but want it... See more
Shlutter system that is flat
Use a wide flat strip. Unfortunately the shape of the rooms means it will always look a bit odd. Maybe should have had continuous flooring between both rooms.
If your hardwood floors are glued down properly, you can either use a thin metal transition between the wood and tile, or butt up to it, but leave a tiny expansion space, like we did with this restaurant wood floor to tile transition in Los Angeles. Gives a very nice flat, seamless transition between flooring types.
Shlutteer system or wider better profile saddle