Building a custom home is a great experience. But sticking within your budget can be difficult. When figuring out how much your new home is going to cost, you usually have to think in terms of square footage. But there are ways to increase your square footage and still save. For example, building up by adding a second story on the house is less expensive than building out, because that’s less area that will need a foundation and roof coverage. I started this blog to help you find ways to get the space that you need in your custom home, without having to spend more than you can afford. Building my custom home was the best money I ever spent, and I’m happy to help you learn how to get the custom home you want.
Vinyl flooring has come a long way over the years. It is far more durable than it once was and it comes in a variety of patterns and colors to coordinate with the rest of your home's style. Unfortunately, even the highest quality vinyl flooring can become damaged when moving appliances or during everyday life. Here, you will learn how to repair some of the damage that can make your beautiful vinyl flooring look aged and unsightly.
Lifting or Separating Seams
Large areas with vinyl flooring are likely to have seams that can be damaged from everyday wear and tear. To repair the seams:
Burns or Large Gouges
Burns or large gouges can be repaired by patching the flooring. If you do not have extra flooring saved for such an instance, you may have to move your refrigerator or oven to access matching flooring. To patch the damage:
These repairs can make your vinyl flooring look great once again. If you have tried to repair your flooring and it does not look as good as you would like, or if the damage is beyond repair, talk with a company like Apex Floor Coverings to discuss having new flooring installed.Share
7 January 2015