Published at Thursday, July 19th, 2018 - 18:01:27 PM. . By Evelynn Epstein.
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.
Glass Blocks For Bathrooms. Are you looking to really make a statement in your bathroom? Consider using glass blocks to create a shower stall instead of a standard curtain or tub. This type of tile is freestanding and is a great focal point for any bathroom, while still allowing for privacy. The average cost of glass blocks is $5 to $15 per square.
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