Trap Seal Information for Commercial Floor Drains

Posted on: 26 January 2018

When you have a floor drain installed in your commercial building, you may decide to add an inline trap  to help keep odors and gases from flowing back up the drain. Before you have the drain, trap, and flooring, you should think about the benefits of using an inline trap seal to protect your plumbing. Here are a few things to know about these seals before you start the installation.
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Finishing Your Hardwood Floor? Here's How To Choose The Right Applicator

Posted on: 29 November 2017

Finishing your hardwood flooring is the last step in a long yet fulfilling process. A good finish can bring out the natural beauty in your flooring. Finishes also provide your flooring with a protective layer against ordinary wear and tear. Having the right applicator can make all the difference in how your finish turns out. Read on to learn about the many different options at your disposal along with their upsides and drawbacks.
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Renovations That Can Help Make Your Older Home More Competitive On The Market

Posted on: 29 August 2017

If you have an older home that has not been renovated, it's tough to get buyers excited when the decor and layout seem more dated. Fortunately, with some cosmetic renovations, you can help update your house to modern tastes and styles. Here are some renovations that can really help: 1. Changing the floors. Wall to wall carpeting in living areas and linoleum in the kitchen are the standards of yesteryear. Modern buyers are looking for hardwood, tile, or upgraded laminate flooring.
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How to Protect Tile

Posted on: 28 September 2016

The only problem with installing tile in a bathroom is that the tile needs to be sealed. Sealing will protect the tile and grout. The grout is probably the most vulnerable part of tile, so you need to do you best to protect it. This is especially true for tile bathtubs or shower basins. The presence of all this moisture can definitely wear down the grout if it is not properly sealed.
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