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Tile

Whether you are installing a tile floor or a shower wall, you'll want to consider how much wear and tear it will face on a daily basis. Apart from selecting the materials that are best suited for your application, you may also wish to take into account the tile size required ...

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Martha Stewart

Martha Stewart Living

The name you trust in Home Improvement is also the name you can depend on for quality products and outstanding design. This inspirational Martha Stewart collection gives you the ability to celebrate creative living in your own home.

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Laminate Flooring

Laminate Flooring

Laminate flooring has established itself as an innovative and cost-efficient alternative to solid hardwood flooring. Laminate is not only attractive, but available in a wide range of colours and grains. It's also more dent and stain-resistant than solid or engineered hardwood...

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Hardwood Flooring

Hardwood Flooring

Hardwood floors provide an ideal backdrop for almost any decorating style, and are renowned for their warmth and elegance. In fact, wood floors can outlast the home they're in and increase their beauty with age. If you're looking for flooring with durability and timeless charm,...

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Area Rugs

Area Rugs

Area rugs do more than just cover your floors. They can have a remarkable influence on your décor and alter the entire appearance of a room. Whether you're looking to add style to your home or group together pieces of furniture, The Home Depot has a wide range of quality...

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Flooring

Flooring

Flooring covers a large area of your home, so your choices will have a lasting impact on its appearance. In addition to other factors, such as appearance, try to narrow down your choices based on room and location. For example, just as hardwood is not recommended in damp areas...

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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 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 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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Installing Allure Vinyl Plank/Tile

Installing Allure Vinyl Plank/Tile

Allure is so easy to install, it is the ultimate DIY flooring product. Allure does not need any glue or adhesive and is a floating floor. Each plank secures to the next using the revolutionary GripStrip. Cutting Allure is also simple, just score with a utility knife and snap!...

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Skill: Beginner

Time: 2 hours

Installing A Floating Engineered Hardwood Floor

Installing A Floating Engineered Hardwood Floor

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

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Skill: Intermediate

Time: 4 hours

 
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