The Cabinetry Guide To Home Renovations That Go Beyond Kitchens And Bathrooms

Posted on: 30 June 2020

If you are planning on doing major renovations to your home, cabinetry is essential to these projects. You are going to be planning on installing cabinets in areas like kitchens and bathrooms. The cabinets can be used in other areas and improvements throughout your home. If you are trying to create a more open concept design, cabinets are the perfect transition from one space to another. The cabinets can also be used to create custom built-in features for the needs of your family.
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Are You Selecting the Floor Treatments for Your New House?

Posted on: 28 April 2020

Are you having your dream house built? If so, you must be very busy with the decorating selections for each of the rooms. Maybe you are now at a point where you are deciding what you want for the floor treatments. If that's true, read on for some ideas that might help you. Think of dividing the floor choices into three categories: wood, tile, and carpet.  The Wood Floors - Is there anything more gorgeous than hardwood floors?
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Ready To Put In New Hardwood Floors? 3 Ways To Prepare Your Home

Posted on: 13 December 2019

When it comes to installing new hardwood floors, there is some prep work you need to do to get your floors ready. Doing this prep work will make the actual installation process smoother. Take Off Your Baseboards If you have baseboards that run around the base of the rooms where you want to install your new hardwood floors, you are going to need to remove the baseboards before installing the hardwood floors.
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Four Ways To Avoid Scratches And Protect Your Hardwood Floors

Posted on: 12 August 2019

Hardwood floors add elegance to your home but can be challenging to maintain. Learning how to maintain your hardwood floors will help to keep them in pristine condition Mats Are Your Friend When you have wood flooring, you'll want to use mats, area rugs, and runners to their fullest potential to protect your flooring. Place these floor coverings in strategic areas. Entry mats at every door protect your floors from debris, water, and salt damage.
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