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What To Do With Your Flooring When Your Basement Floods

With all the rain we’ve had in Kansas this year, many area homeowners are experiencing basement flooding and damage to their flooring in the form of wet carpet, buckled hardwood floors, swollen laminate flooring and puddles appearing concrete or tile floors. The dangers associated with excessive moisture seeping into your basement flooring are: damaged and…

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3 Causes of Tile Grouting Problems

Many homeowners want to save money and lay floor tiles themselves but, if not done properly, the tile grouting can present a number of problems after installation. Attention to detail is key – from keeping the underlayment even, to the subfloor remaining firmly in place, to using the correct method when applying the grouting –…

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Laminate vs. Hardwood Flooring – Which is Better?

If you’re a homeowner shopping for new flooring for your home, you might be considering installing either hardwood or laminate. Both options have pros and cons, so here’s an overview of the differences between the two. This information can help you decide which product is better for your family’s lifestyle and budget. Differences between laminate…

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7 Easy DIY Flooring Options

Flooring is often one of the biggest expenses of a remodel project. If you’re on a budget, choosing a type you can install yourself can save you money. Check out these 7 easy DIY flooring options: Peel-and-Stick Vinyl Tile Flooring Self-adhesive vinyl tiles can be installed quickly and easily. The typical size is 12×12, so…

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How to Install a Pre-Hung Door

When it comes to doors in your Wichita home, remember that a pre-hung door is one of the easiest installations for you to accomplish. A pre-hung door is one that comes pre-manufactured and pre-assembled with the door jambs and door already installed in the frame. This means less time spent by you aligning a traditional…

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How To Replace An Interior Doorknob

Whether they’re too stiff or too loose or just too worn and outdated, interior doorknobs are something you can easily replace yourself. Here’s how.   Steps 1: Obtain a replacement doorknob. Besides the style, look for something solid that will hold up to regular use and last a long time. Also, consider whether this will…

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