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It’s happened to all of us after a day trekking around on a snowy day—we come inside with boots covered in rock salt and leave them by the door only to pick them up the next day and find a gritty coating or a stain on the hardwood floor. Here’s how to prevent ice melt from doing any more damage:
Choosing the right type of mulch can make your garden healthier and your flowers more beautiful, but with so many different types on the market it can be hard to see the difference. Here’s an overview of what the best wood chip mulches can do for your landscaping:
Hardwood flooring has been around for centuries, but there's still some confusion about the best way to maintain it.
A playroom should be safe, functional, and fun, but hardwood and tile are just too hard for crawling kids, and carpet is sure to be covered in marker drawings and water color paints before your child hits kindergarten. These flooring ideas will protect your child and your playroom floors.
The previous owners were two college buddies. "It was the quintessential bachelor pad," Mertens says. "There were big white track lights everywhere, racing stripes, orange paint ... I knew right away that everything had to go."
The first major project was the flooring. "The old hardwoods ran diagonally and were installed on top of 1-by-4s nailed and glued down onto the concrete underneath. You could feel them sagging every time you walked on them," Borcher says. The bedrooms had wall-to-wall Berber carpeting that was past its prime.