Floor. Wednesday , January 24th , 2018 - 14:35:51 PM
Installing ceramic tile floors is not as hard as it looks. With a little knowledge and an easy step-by-step guide on how to do it, you can already be tiling your way to your dream floor. Here are some basic ceramic tiling tips you can chew on when you plan on installing ceramic tile floors at your home. Knowing the kind of subfloor you’ll be installing ceramic tile flooring over is important. There are three main types of subfloors you might encounter: Vinyl, plywood, and concrete floors. Installing ceramic tile flooring directly to your vinyl or linoleum subfloor surfaces is greatly discouraged. One, it may contain asbestos fibers; and two, vinyl flooring is not a solid as good ol’ concrete flooring. When installing ceramic tile on vinyl, experts would recommend rough-sanding, or scarifying, the vinyl floor surface first so your tiling mortar has good grip to set on.
Another step to follow would be the use of a wood sealant. This sealant protects your hardwood floor by making it water resistant, thus making the floor easy to maintain and clean. It is of utmost importance to treat the wood before any sealing can take place. You need to put at least five coats of wood vanish for protection. If these recommendations are respected, you will find that there will be no need to worry about the floor for a long period of time. It is true that research will help you get better knowledge of how hardwood floors can be cared for. However, you want to ensure that the manufacturer’s instructions are respected to the letter.
Colonial floor plans are elegant without being ostentatious. Moreover, they have an element of history attached to them. These floor plans come from the early American settlements of the East Coast. Colonial architecture ranged from New England to Georgia and, therefore, there are regional variations in style. Colonial floor plans introduce symmetry, with doors that are centered along with a sensible array of windows. The second story is very similar to the main floor in terms of size. They have brick-facing exteriors or clapboard siding, typically. The contemporary colonial house will have modern facilities.
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