Monthly Archives: February 2013

Is PreFinished Hardwood Flooring Worth the Cost? Los Angeles Hardwood Flooring Expert

There are many types of hardwood flooring available, ranging from prefinished, laminated (also called engineered) strips and planks. In other words, everything from thin plywood with a hardwood veneer layer on top, to solid-wood strips and planks. In the past, if you wanted to install your own solid-wood flooring you also had to take on […]

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Subway Tiles for your Los Angeles home

Subway tile history: The earliest ceramic work was done by Heins & LaFarge (artists George C. Heins and Christopher Grant LaFarge). With Heins and LaFarge being major participants in the Arts and Crafts Movement, and wanted something that would not only withstand the mysteries of the underground world, but showcase the alluring artistry that was the Victorian era for […]

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“Bullnose” explined by Los Angeles Tile Expert

If you are building a new house or re-modeling your old kitchen or bathroom you must  have come across a term called ” Bullnose”. But what does it mean? Bullnose is a term used in building construction for rounded convex trim, particularly in masonry and ceramic tile. Bullnose trim is used to provide a smooth, rounded […]

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Where to Buy & How to Tile Your Countertop in Los Angeles

If you are planning to Tile your countertop by yourself, we can guide you with few essential tips to help make your project come through. First and most you need to find your desired tiles. When it comes to finding the right tile and flooring store, the process involves deciding what type of covering you need, how […]

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