4 Steps for Retiling your Home Shower Floor

Posted on: 21 March 2016

Ceramic tiles are vulnerable to mould and mildew. This may result to staining of your tile shower making them look worn and unattractive. In addition to this, allowing the growth of mould in your bathroom due to poor tiling is unhealthy and may cause diseases.  Worn out shower floors may also lead to seeping of water through the tiles and development of cracks. To avoid such complications, you must ensure that old tile bathroom floors are removed, well cleaned, repaired if possible, and replaced to serve effectively.
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How To Use A Belt Floor Sander

Posted on: 25 January 2016

One of the quickest and most effective ways to sand a floor is by using a belt floor sanding machine.  You can hire one from a good tool hire shop, and it's well-worth the expense if you have a large project to tackle.  Belt floor sanders are pretty easy to use with a little practice and some top tips.  Read on to find out more. How to use a belt floor sander
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Porcelain Tiles: Cleaning Don'ts

Posted on: 25 January 2016

Out of the wide range of flooring materials you can choose for your house, porcelain tiles could just be your best. This flooring material is incredibly durable and is among the easiest to clean. Since it has impenetrable glazes, its surface is resistant to dirt, debris, water, oil, chemicals, and even bacteria and germs. With these features, porcelain gives you an edge in maintenance, especially because of the easy cleaning. However, to ensure that your porcelain tiled floor lasts that long while maintaining its elegant look, you need to avoid the following:
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Renovation Decisions: Carpet Or Wood Floors For The Toddler's Playroom?

Posted on: 17 December 2015

Summertime is the best time to be tackling your home renovations list. It's nice and warm so you can send the kids out to the back garden while ripping up the flooring in their beloved playroom. However, before you get all excited about out with the old and in with the new, you need to decide what type of flooring is going to work best for your children. Carpet versus wood flooring is the choice up for debate, so which one is going to work best?
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