Dealing With Damaged Ceramic Kitchen Tiles

If you have tiled your kitchen floor with ceramic tiles, you will know that they look great. However, ceramic tiles can be damaged if heavy objects are dropped on them. This damage can take the form of scratches, dents or cracks. If the tiles on your kitchen floor have been damaged, you should check out the DIY repair guide below. Scratched Tiles If the tile has been slightly scratched, you should be able to repair it using nail polish. Read More 

How to Restore a Timber Floor

A timber floor is a great feature in any home. Timber has a rustic appearance and holds heat, which means that walking around barefooted when it is cold isn't a problem. Timber is also amazingly durable. However, if your timber floor is located in a hallway or other area which gets a lot of use, it will eventually start to look tired and worn. However, do not despair. With a little effort, you can soon restore your timber floor to its former glory. Read More 

How to Choose the Right Type of Decking Material for Your Property

When you're ready to have a new deck installed on your property, you may be surprised, and even a little overwhelmed, by your many choices of materials. Some wood species may be a better choice than others, depending on your family and the location of the deck itself, and some materials may not even be wood, but a composite of plastic and wood pieces that are pressed together to form planks. Read More