A New Garage Floor

You wouldn’t think that concrete could be damaged by fire, but it can be.  My client’s fire meted many things on top of his garage floor’s concrete.  This caused a significant discoloration of the concrete’s surface, which could not be easily...

Joining A New Wood Floor With An Existing Wood Floor

In my last post, I made the case for replacing a wood floor.  In this post, I’ll show you how to weave a new floor into an existing floor seamlessly. This is the same project that I posted about last week.  However, it is on the opposite side of the room.  On...

Partial Replacement Of An Oak Floor

I have been doing an extensive remodel of a home.  Part of that job included modifying a master bath to make it handicap accessible.  This required replacing a traditional door with a sliding pocket door.  Although this replacement sounds like a simple project it...

Using Adhesive To Secure An Engineered Wood Floor

One of the latest wood flooring materials is engineered wood.  This is very different from laminated “Pergo” flooring, which looks cheap and wears poorly. Engineered wood has plywood as a base with a 1/8″ veneer of the wood floor of your choice...