Published at Thursday, July 19th, 2018 - 17:46:55 PM. . By Evelynn Epstein.
Wood-Look Ceramic Tile & Laminate. If you’re looking for a durable and low-maintenance floor, then you might like this option. I’m talking about a ceramic tile in disguise. Ceramic and porcelain tile are being transformed to look like wood. If you’re worried about how well it’ll mimic wood in your kitchen, don’t be. The rich colors and detailed grains make it look very real.
Hardwood Repairs. Repairing a hardwood floor usually means having the floor refinished. Expect to pay anywhere from $3 to $4 per square foot for a true professional. The end result is a floor that looks virtually brand new for a fraction of what a new floor would cost. Other types of wood floors offer other options that are more cost efficient. For example, a floating wooden floor involves no glue or adhesive during installation – the pieces simply snap together. Although it can be tedious, repairing a wooden floor of this kind is much less expensive – perhaps the cost of a box of flooring plus labor – and should not cost more than $250.
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