Flooring Install & Repair

Man in blue shirt laying tile on cement backer board on a plywood subfloor.

Tiling Over Concrete and Wood Floors

Watch this video for tips on how to lay ceramic or porcelain tile over concrete and wood subfloors.

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Tiled entrance to stone house.

Installing Tile Outside on a Concrete Porch or Patio

Watch this video for tips on how to lay tile outdoors on a concrete porch or patio, including the right kind of tile, waterproofer, mortar adhesive, and grout to use.

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Using a cordless drill to drive screws through a plywood subfloor.

Fixing Carpet Floor Squeaks in Your Home

Learn how to find and repair a squeaky wood or plywood subfloor under carpeted floors in your home. Watch this video to find out more.

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Replacing rotten porch flooring with new flooring.

How to Replace a Rotten Wood Porch Floor

Find out how to remove a rotten wood porch floor, and replace it with new pressure treated pine floor joists and tongue and groove flooring. Watch this video to find out more.

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Danny Lipford in green shirt standing in kitchen of home.

Engineered Flooring and Decorative Metal Ceiling Project

See how we installed diagonal engineered wood flooring and a decorative metal ceiling to help put the final touches on a house renovation that’s been three years in the making.

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Tapping engineered wood flooring into place with rubber mallet.

Installing Diagonal Glued Down Engineered Wood Flooring

While usually installed parallel to a wall, engineered wood flooring can also be laid diagonally to give a unique look. Watch this video to find out how.

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Tile installed over vinyl floor.

Installing Tile Over Vinyl Flooring on Wood or Concrete Subfloors

Find tips on how to install ceramic tile over vinyl flooring on a plywood or concrete subfloor. Watch this video to find out more.

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Applying grout stain to the grout lines in a tile floor.

Staining Grout Lines in Tile Floors

Most grout used in tile floors is porous and can become dirty over time. Watch this video for tips on how to apply colored stain to grout lines in a tile floor to make the grout look like new.

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