These articles will show you how to refinish and install hardwood floors.
How to Refinish Hardwood Floors
Renew a wood floor in half the time and at half the expense of sanding. The secret is to screen the old finish. Read on to see if screening will work for your floor.
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DIY Hardwood Floors: Lay a Contrasting Border
Mix and match colors of wood laminate flooring, add a few stone tiles as accents, and suddenly you've made an extraordinary wood floor for the same cost as an ordinary one.
Refinish Hardwood Floors in One Day
Renew the finish on your wood floor without the hassle of sanding. Instead, use a simple chemical etching technique and apply a new topcoat of finish. It also works on plastic laminate floors.
How to Lay Hardwood Floor With a Contrasting Border
A wood floor is attractive, warm and durable, and it’s affordable too if you lay it yourself. Adding the special border feature will also make it unique. Materials aren’t cheap, but you’ll save a ton by following our step-by-step directions rather than hiring a pro.
Hardwood Floor Sanding: Do It Yourself Tips
Follow these hardwood floor sanding and refinishing tips from a veteran floor refinisher to achieve a smooth, professional-quality finish.
Patch a Hardwood Floor
We'll show you how to replace a damaged hardwood floorboard in just a couple hours using basic carpentry tools. This article covers removing a hole-filled or otherwise damaged tongue-and-groove board, then installing a new one.