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Most Affordable Flooring Options
Best Flooring Styles and Transitions
Popular but "Unusual" Wood Flooring Ideas
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Below we've added the most romantic and tantilizing array of magic ideas to transform your home into something awesome by using tile.
Be sure to comment below which one is your favorite and if you know someone who's up in the air with what they should do as far as tile in their home be sure to share this with them.
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Idea #1 - Tile & Wood Inside Each Other
Check out this crazy floor where they put wood and tile as a mix.
You can get the details by visiting this website.
Idea #2 - Sweet OldSchool Walls & Clear Floor
What an awesome idea. Take some old school brick and put it on the walls and then use thick glass over old school flooring to give it that old meets new appeal. Imagine this in a super modern home in the city.
Get full details by visiting here.
Idea #3 - Mix & Match To Be Super Unique
Think about how awesome it would be to find three matching colors, of three cool tiles, and mix them together just broken up on the floor. You could literally just break them with a lite tap of the hammer and just glue them down and grout them.
Get more details on this floor here.
Idea #4 - Why Does It Have To Match?
Get 3 complimentary colors of backsplash tile and get them in different sizes. Get creative it doesn't have to match or be in order. They will love your creativity and trust me no one in your area will have that combination. Boom you're different!
Get more details by clicking here.
Idea #5 - What if wood and tile could be united in shape?
What if you joined your tile up with your unique shaped tile and cut the wood floor to match the same shape of the tile. It would make the tile look like a rug on your floor or even just a cool pad in the middle of the room. Be creative with your combinations it's definitely a way to be crazy cool!
Get more from this awesome Pinterest user here.
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Would you like to cure those creaking, cracking, squacking noises in the middle of the night as you head to the bathroom?
We feel ya...and we're going to help you repair that squeaky floor today in this blog post.
What we did was went out on the great open land of the internet and found some of the very best places that explain how to stop a squeaky floor from squeaking...here's what we found:
- How Stuff Works: http://home.howstuffworks.com/home-improvement/home-diy/flooring/how-to-repair-floors.htm
- This Old House: http://www.thisoldhouse.com/toh/article/0,,203171,00.html
- Pro Handyman: http://pro-handyman.com/home-repair-articles/squeaky-floor-repair/index.html
Now we also did a search for some handy kits that will help you even further with your annoying squeaks that wake everyone in the house as you travel through your kitchen.
Check out these neat squeaky floor kits to help you "stop the squeak":
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Sometimes we just want to do things ourselves, sometimes it's financially easier for us, somethings we just want to do ourselves gosh darn it, isn't that right?
You can put laminate flooring in the bathroom, kitchen, and laundry room. Heck you can put it anywhere you want.
Watch as this professional literally demonstrates what you need and how to do it.
Guess what else? We've got you covered with the things you'll need for installing laminate wood flooring, check it out below:
You may not need this tools below...maybe you already have tools, I don't know. I just thought I'd help you out with having to search and just put links to them below:
Well you just call 620-793-6845 and schedule a free estimate and we'll come check your floor out, ask you what type of laminate you want to install, and we set up a time with you to install your floor for you.
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Where the heck am I supposed to get my laminate flooring at though?
Look at our selection using the button below.
Should you use ceramic tile or porcelain tile?
Watch the video below to get your answer:
Each tile rating, or class, includes recommendations for use and installation. Most tile manufacturers list the PEI rating on the tile’s tear sheet, and most re-sellers include the rating in the product description in their catalog or website. The ratings are as follows:
Group 0: Tiles technically unsuitable for floors. These are generally used as wall tile.
Group 1 or PEI 1: Tiles suitable only for locations where softer footwear is worn or where shoes are not frequently used, for e.g., residential bathroom or other areas with light traffic. Also for interior commercial and residential walls.
Group 2 or PEI II: Tiles suited for general residential traffic. For areas that are walked on by soft soled or “normal” footwear with very small amounts of scratching dirt. Not for kitchen, entrance halls, stairs and other areas subjected to heavy traffic.
Group 3 or PEI 3: Tiles suited for all residential and light commercial areas such as offices, reception areas, boutiques, interior walls, countertops and residential bathroom floors. Not recommended for commercial entryways.
Group 4 or PEI 4: Tiles suited for regular traffic. Recommended for medium commercial and light institutional use, such as restaurants, hotels, hospital lobbies and corridors.
Group 5 or PEI 5: Tiles suitable for areas with heavy traffic, abrasive dirt and moisture, and where safety and maximum performance are required. Examples are shopping malls, public buildings, building entrances, or swimming pools.
-Sourced from BuildDirect.com
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