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10 Great Ideas About Wood to Tile Transition

10 Great Ideas About Wood to Tile Transition 0

Edge styles for hardwood floors can vary from straight to deep beveled edges. See examples of the beveled and square wood floor edges available before you buy.
Which Hardwood Floor Edging Would You Choose - Square Edges, Beveled, or Micro-Beveled Edges?

Which Hardwood Floor Edging Would You Choose - Square Edges, Beveled, or Micro-Beveled Edges? 0

Edge styles for hardwood floors can vary from straight to deep beveled edges. See examples of the beveled and square wood floor edges available before you buy.
10 of the Best Wooden Floor Kitchen Ideas You Can Try

10 of the Best Wooden Floor Kitchen Ideas You Can Try 0

Here are wooden floor ideas for the kitchen. View images and other information such as wood species, finishes, and texture are equally important.
How to Finance That Home Renovation You’ve Always Wanted

How to Finance That Home Renovation You’ve Always Wanted 0

A home improvement loan and credit card options are just a couple ways you might finance your home renovation. Learn more about pay for your dream reno here.
Comfortable Humidity Levels for Your Home and Hardwood Floors

Comfortable Humidity Levels for Your Home and Hardwood Floors 0

Your hardwood floors are alive in the sense that they change and react to temperature and humidity. When it’s too humid or too dry, you feel uncomfortable. Hardwood floors also become too moist or too dry, causing irreversible damage. This article will detail the effects of indoor humidity, how to measure it and how to regulate it. Doing so will protect your hardwood floor investment.
Install Your T-Molding Strips Like A Pro

Install Your T-Molding Strips Like A Pro 2

Have you ever tripped over an uneven floor where the carpet ends, and the hardwood floor begins? It’s both embarrassing and dangerous. Whenever two different types of floors meet, there must be a smooth transition whether they are at the same level or not.

A “T” Molding is a transition piece that covers the gap between the floors of two rooms, usually a doorway. It gets its name from the side profile because it’s shaped like a capital T.