Category: "Tile Floors"

Do You Have Asbestos Floor Tile In Place?

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Asbestos is something we hear a lot about. And if you have an older home, chances are you may have asbestos in certain locations.  Asbestos is a heat-resistant fibrous silicate mineral that was common in construction until the 1980s. It was banned once the list of health risks began to form. But banning it from...

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Create A Stunning Look With Terrazzo Flooring

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Looking for a durable, low-maintenance flooring option for a room built on a concrete slab? Want style and ambiance without having to worry about the subfloor underneath? A terrazzo floor may be the perfect choice for you.  Terrazzo flooring gives a similar appearance to polished marble or granite, which means its versatile enough to include...

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How To Buy Porcelain Tiles For Outside

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Want to know what today’s savvy home buyers want most? More space. And here in Colorado, that space often leads to outdoor rooms. When the weather’s nice, why not extend your entertaining space beyond your kitchen and living space and including it outdoors. With patios and decks, you can entertain outside almost every month of...

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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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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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Using Linear Tile Floor To Improve Your Home’s Design

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A linear tile floor can improve your home’s overall design. The elongated shape of linear tile has the ability to create the optical illusion of making a room appear larger and more uniform. It can enhance and define your home from end to end. Lengthen Your Room The lines in linear tile have the ability...

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Which Floor Tile Pattern Is Right For Your Home?

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Considering adding tile to your home? Before you select the color and the pattern, you’ll also need to decide how the tile will be installed. Tiles come in many shapes and sizes, and as such, can be installed in a variety of different patterns. Spend a little time online searching for what you love. Then...

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Natural Stone: It’s Not Just For Flooring Anymore

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When people think of natural stone, they tend to think of flooring. And we’ll admit that it’s one of our favorite materials to install as flooring. Nothing is as beautiful as the one of a kind look natural stone provides. But natural stone is so much more. It can be used in any room in...

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Keeping Your Grout Clean

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Tile is an ever-popular choice in home decorating. Tile makes a good addition to just about any room in your home. But when you install tile throughout your home, you’ll also have to select grout to go along with it. And that can cause worry in many homeowners’ minds. Grout can be tricky to clean...

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Floating Floors – How About Tile?

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If you’re looking for a convenient approach to DIY flooring, you’ve probably stumbled upon floating floors. In general, a floating floor is any material – wood, laminate, or ceramic – that is not attached to the subfloor. Individual pieces are attached laterally to themselves. This doesn’t mean the floor is structurally unstable. Floating floors are...

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