Tips For Preparing A New Tiled Surface

If you want to install a tile floor in your bathroom or kitchen, then you may want to do some of the work yourself. This is possible, but there are a number of things that you will need to do to prepare the floor for the tile. Keep reading to find out about some of these things so you can be happy with the finished product at the end. Make Sure The Floor Is Flat [Read More]

Choosing A Waterproof Bathroom Flooring Product

A bathroom floor is usually the most worn out and aged floor in the entire house. That is, all of the moisture in a typical bathroom environment can have a very strong deteriorating effect on pretty much any flooring material. Obviously, some flooring materials are more water resistant than others. When shopping for a new bathroom floor, you need to consider the maintenance and longevity of different products, particularly when it comes to water resistance. [Read More]

A Good Floor Drain System Can Protect Your Garage From Contamination

Running an auto garage is a great way to make money if you don't mind getting dirty and love working with vehicles. However, it can also be a dirty job if you don't take the time to carefully collect all of your waste material and keep it out of your plumbing system with a floor drain trap. Waste Is A Problem In A Garage No matter what kind of mechanic shop or garage that you run, you are going to run into waste material. [Read More]

How To Seal Tile Grout Lines

Tile is a popular flooring material for all types of rooms, indoor and outdoor. There are many different types of tile to choose from. However, all tile floors have at least one thing in common. That is, you will need to seal the grout lines if you want your tile to remain structurally and aesthetically intact over the years. If you fail to maintain and seal your grout lines, you could run into serious problems. [Read More]