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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

Laying Tacked Carpet

Laying Tacked Carpet

Carpet is the flooring that invites you to walk barefoot or stretch out in front of the fire. Look for the carpet that works best for your floor. Most carpets can attach to the floor with the use of tackless strips. Carpet comes in rolls with widths of 12, 13½ and 15...

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Skill: Intermediate

Time: 5 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

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 Carpet

Removing Carpet

There aren't any ifs, ands, or buts about pulling up old carpeting, because you can't lay any other material, even new carpet, on top of it. Fortunately, removing carpet isn't rocket science seen as it's only fastened only around the edges.

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Skill: Beginner

Time: 1 hour

Installing an Engineered Hardwood Floor with Glue

Installing an Engineered Hardwood Floor with Glue

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 glue. Glue, Float and Nail installation are three main methods used for installing this type of floor....

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Skill: Intermediate

Time: 4 hours

Stopping Squeaky Floors

Stopping Squeaky Floors

Floors and stairs squeak when wooden floorboards or structural elements rub against each other, when the bridging between joists flexes under traffic, or when floorboards have not been properly nailed to the subfloor.

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Skill: Beginner

Time: 1 hour

Installing Ceramica Self-Stick Vinyl Tile

Installing Ceramica Self-Stick Vinyl Tile

Ceramica's resilient self-stick tiles are easy to install with or without grout. The tile's unique rounded edges allow the option of groutable seams for a clean, finished appearance. Installed without grout, the rounded edges provide a rich, warm and casual appearance....

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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

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 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 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

 
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