How To Select Kitchen Tiles

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Want to renovate your kitchen and update it with modern materials? Look no further than tile. The kitchen is one room which can use tiles in different ways. Not only can you use tiles on everything from the floor to the counters to the backsplashes, but you can also select colors, designs, and patterns that...

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When Discount Carpet Makes An Excellent Choice

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As homeowners, we’re always looking for great deals. Why pay full price when you can get something on sale? That said, some decisions are more important than others when it comes to upgrading your home. A sale on paint? Sure, why not? You know the gallon you bring home meets certain standards. But what about...

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What Grip Should Your Bathroom Tiles Have?

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What’s the most important part of the decision when selecting tiles for your home? The final look tops the list for most homeowners. If you’ve ever stepped on a tile and felt your feet slip out from under you, you’ve probably placed “safety” as a close second. When it comes to safety, grip levels are...

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How Thick Should Engineered Wood Flooring Be?

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Engineered wood is a wood flooring solution that looks like the real thing but offers a little more stability and flexibility to certain areas of your home. Like solid wood, engineered wood flooring comes in various thicknesses. So how do you decide how thick your flooring should be? Three key points should be considered before...

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What Type Of Wood Is Best For Hardwood Floors?

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Thinking of installing hardwood floors in your home? What type of wood works the best? All types of hardwood floors have an unmatched natural beauty that can go with any decor. However, not all woods offer the same benefits to every room in your home. Kitchens, bathrooms, and basements all warrant special considerations. Unfinished or...

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How To Live With Ugly Carpet

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What do you do when you have ugly carpet in place, and there isn’t a possibility of having it removed? Cover it up This may seem obvious, but it is a step many overlook. Have you seen the rugs available to consumers? Whatever your style or taste, there is an area rug for you. Measure...

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What Is The Best Type Of Carpet For Allergies?

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If you or a family member suffers from allergies, you may be tempted to remove the carpets from your home. Some carpeting can trigger allergic reactions. But if you love carpet for its warmth and softness, there are choices for you. Look At The Fiber Even though hypoallergenic carpeting won’t entirely eliminate allergens, it will...

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Is Carpet Or Wood Floors Better For Asthma?

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If you have asthma, you look for ways to reduce your symptoms. And chances are you’ve looked down at the floor a time or two, wondering how it impacts your health. The key may be in what the flooring is made of rather than a specific type of flooring. The more conscious you are about...

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8 Ways To Be Excited About Adding Tile To Your Home

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Tile is one of the most versatile decorating items you can add to your home. You’ll love both its functionality as well as its durability. What’s more, you can add it to your home in many different ways. Location, location, location.  Pick an area in your home that gets a lot of visual attention. Then...

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Safer Cleaning For Your Floors

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How much time do you spend down on the ground, sitting on your floors? As adults, we often spend very little time. But for your kids and your pets, it’s an everyday occurrence. They lie and sleep on the floor. They play on the floor. They may even eat directly from the floor (yes, your...

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