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Select the Best Hardwood Floors for Your Home

Select the Best Hardwood Floors for Your Home

Get a designer's perspective on how to shop for hardwood flooring - a major component in almost any home renovation.

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How to Install Laminate Flooring

How to Install Laminate Flooring

Laminate flooring is a great, cost-effective way to enhance a room, especially if you install it yourself. The installation does take some time and planning, but a bit of patience goes a long way to a great finished product.

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How To Install Hardwood Flooring

How To Install Hardwood Flooring

Installing a hardwood floor is a great way to enhance a room and increase the value of your home. Wood flooring is also one of the easiest types of floors to install, and you can install it with tools you're familiar with: drills, saws, and hammers.

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How to Replace a Broken Ceramic Tile

How to Replace a Broken Ceramic Tile

Damaging a ceramic tile doesn't mean you have to replace the entire floor. If you've saved a few extra tiles, you're in luck. Following these basic steps and you'll have your floor fixed in no time.

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How to Grout a Tiled Floor

How to Grout a Tiled Floor

Grouting is the last step to completing a tiled floor, and the process is fairly straightforward. Learn how to grout like a pro for an absolutely clean and uniform finish.

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Replacing a Threshold

Replacing a Threshold

Thresholds are an important part of the entry to your home. Their primary function is to keep warm air in and cold air out (or vice versa in the summer.) It is always a good idea to purchase a high-quality, durable threshold seen as it will likely endure a lot of traffic.

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Skill: Beginner

Time: 1 hour

Removing Ceramic Tile

Removing Ceramic Tile

Damaged or loose ceramic tile must be completely removed. Don't bother trying to salvage the old tiles. Just bust 'em up and chip away the pieces. Of course that can be easier said than done, depending on how the tile was installed.

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Skill: Beginner

Time: 3 hours

Grouting

Grouting

Grouting is the process of filling the spaces between the tiles. The filler – grout – comes in powder form in premixed colours. Follow the manufacturer’s instructions to mix it. For a strong and colourfast grout, get the right consistency using the least amount...

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Skill: Intermediate

Time: 3 hours

Installing an Engineered Hardwood Floor with Nails

Installing an Engineered Hardwood Floor with Nails

Because of its construction, engineered hardwood brings with it a number of advantages including quick installation. This project focuses on installing an engineered floor with nails. Nail, Float and Glue installation are three main methods used for installing this type of floor....

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Skill: Intermediate

Time: 3 hours

Removing Wood Flooring

Removing Wood Flooring

Think twice before tearing out a wood floor. You can easily replace a few badly damaged boards, sand away wear and scratches and apply a shiny new finish – for a fraction of the cost of new flooring. And if you want to install a different material, you can save time and...

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Skill: Beginner

Time: 4 hours

Installing Hardwood Flooring

Installing Hardwood Flooring

Installing your new hardwood floor yourself is a great way to save on project expenses. The wood flooring of today is much different from the wide sawn planks of years past. Wood is one of the easiest floors to install. Modern wood flooring is kiln dried and machined to standard...

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Skill: Intermediate

Time: 4 hours

Removing and Replacing Thresholds

Removing and Replacing Thresholds

Thresholds cover floorboard edges that end at a door, and serve as a transition element to other flooring materials such as carpet, vinyl and ceramic tile. Most thresholds are wood, although you also can buy plastic solid-surface versions, similar to solid-surface countertops....

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Skill: Beginner

Time: 2 hours

 
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