Tile Floors

How To Seal Grout – A DIY Guide

January 26, 2012

If you want to have the best looking tile and grout, you should learn how to seal grout so that you can keep it looking clean and free of moisture. When I was reading about the different ways you can seal your grout, I came across some contradicting articles. Some people said that it was very difficult to seal grout. And other people, who I …

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Varieties of Grout Cleaners

March 23, 2011

There are many different varieties of grout cleaners out there and sometimes choosing the right one can be overwhelming for a homeowner. With the help of a few grout cleaning tips and guidelines, you should be able to make a more informed decision. The first grout cleaning guideline that you should remember is that you want to use the gentles grout cleaner you can that …

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How To Clean Tile And Grout

January 6, 2011

There are multiple ways to clean tile and grout. It only depends on yourself if you choose to place effort above money.

The traditional grout and tile cleaning is usually done on your hands and knees. Get some knee pads and off to work. Once you have the cleaner on the grout, it may take up to a few hours to take the dirt and …

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Types of Tile Grouts and Sealants

December 21, 2010

Flooring tile grout is a particular material that is utilized to occupy the space in between installed tiles to make sure that the flooring is water resistant. If 2 tiles were placed directly side by side, regardless of how tightly they are laid, there would surely be a certain space where water and moisture might seep through. As such, by widening the space in between …

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Are Heated Tile Floors More Practical?

December 14, 2010

To keep warm during the cold season families across the country often rely on different forms of central heating such as a heater or an electric fireplace. Underfloor heating has become as popular as well. The practicality of floor heating has been a topic of debate for many dwellers and builders in the recent years.

Many heated tile floor manufacturers claim that their products …

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Elegance of Travertine Tiles

December 14, 2010

Travertine tiles fall under the class of pure stones which are created from calcium carbonate. Travertine is the end product of the minerals deposited in ground body of water, which eventually will get deposited on the surface of the earth by natural springs, rivers, or geysers. It is purely made stone that are obtainable in a wide variety of hues like beige, ivory, reddish brown, …

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How To Use Tile Spacers – Know All Varying Styles

December 8, 2010

Selecting the high quality spacer in your tile could be very simple if you are already aware about a couple of tips, for example if you are tiling on an uneven flooring that you're not going to fix prior to tiling, you want to select the smallest spacer to fit to a small grout line. This will not only help maintain the maintenance up, but …

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Husky Tile Saw Review: Model THD750L

July 6, 2010

Many do it yourselfers want to improve their home by adding tile floors where there is linoleum or other sheet goods. This can be a project that can be completed by using hand tools but no one wants their home to look like an amateur did the work. They want professional results at the lowest price possible. A Husky tile saw review may help them …

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Tips On Tiling

March 18, 2010

You’ve come to a decision: something has to change. Your flooring no longer satisfies, offering all of the heavy damage and none of the rewards. It’s been well abused by your family and has to be replaced. But with what?

Laminates lack authenticity; carpet appalls. Hardwood becomes a tribute to scratches; and linoleum seems dated. You find yourself searching for the answer to a complicated …

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