Accidents happen, and the result can be tears, holes or large stains in carpet that is otherwise in good condition. These flaws can be fixed, and large stains can be cut out and patched. An experienced carpet installer can literally make the problems disappear. DIY homeowners with the right tools can make the repairs too. […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Cracked ceramic tiles mar the appearance of a floor and may, in locations like bathrooms or kitchens, make the subflooring susceptible to the dangers of water. If the subfloor gets continually wet over time, it will swell and cause damage to additional tiles and will begin to rot as well. Replacing broken tiles takes careful […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Solid hardwood floors can be made to look new again when they are refinished, and many of floors last 100 years or more. However, a job poorly done will show the mistakes, so make sure you have good DIY skills and know exactly what you’re doing before you start. This house repair guide to refinishing […]Continue Reading... No Comments.