Creating An Industrial-Inspired Look: Four Ideas To Consider

If you are looking to update your home's decor, an industrial-inspired design theme can be the perfect change. By combining different materials, you can add an edgy look to your home while also infusing it with a touch of vintage style. Choosing the right materials is key to this design theme. Use the following ideas as inspiration as you plan out your industrial-inspired remodel. Concrete Wall Tiles Concrete wall tiles offer a bold look, and they can be used in a number of ways. Read More 

Upgrades For A Preschool’s Art Room That Are Functional And Durable

If you own a private preschool and would like to upgrade the facility's art room so that children are provided with a safe, functional and durable area to complete art projects, use the tips below to help you make improvements. Laminate Flooring Laminate flooring is stain resistant and resilient to scuff marks or scratches. A laminate floor will provide children with a smooth, skid-proof surface to walk upon and if art supplies spill onto a laminate surface, materials can be swept or mopped up. Read More 

2 Methods to Help You Remove and Patch Dents in Your Hardwood Flooring

Damage to your hardwood flooring can cause the surface of your flooring to look ugly and unattractive, but with the right preparation and repairs, you can remove many dents from the flooring's surface. Here is some insight to help you make some simple repairs to your hardwood flooring. Lift Dents With Steam When your hardwood floors have become dented by a heavy object, you can repair and lift the dent with a simple method. Read More 

Understanding Subflooring And The Options Available To You

If you have a damaged floor in your home that you want to replace, then hardwood flooring is a great option. However, if the floor is in poor shape, then the subfloor also may need to be removed. Subflooring materials absolutely should be replaced. Keep reading to understand what the subfloor is, what it does, and what kind of options you have. What Is The Subfloor? Simply put, the subfloor is the bottom layer of flooring that the pieces of the hardwood material will sit upon. Read More 

Common Commercial Floor Drain Problems And How To Fix Them

If you recently acquired a restaurant and tavern and you have a commercial floor drain located in your kitchen area, it is likely you will want it to work properly in removing excess moisture from this area of your establishment. There are a few common mishaps that can occur within your drainage area. Here are some of these problems, so you can be on the lookout for them, and some remedies in getting your drainage back into a workable state. Read More