18 Tips For Working With Self-Leveling Underlayment

Whether you’re installing ceramic tiles, floating laminate planks or carpet, self-leveling underlayment is a great solution for rough, uneven floors and floors that are a little out of level.

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10 Things You Should Not Do to Your Kitchen Countertops

There are a lot of options when it comes to kitchen countertops and how to clean them. Here are some things to avoid if you want to keep your countertops in top condition.

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Take a Look: Concrete Countertops Pros and Cons

Considering concrete countertops? Find out if they're the right choice for your kitchen with these concrete countertops pros and cons.

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What to Know About Your Butcher Block Countertop

You've moved into a home that has butcher block countertops. Lucky you! But, if you're apprehensive, here's what you need to know about these beautiful, natural work surfaces.

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How to Pour an Epoxy Countertop

When I was imagining new countertops for this kitchen, it was clear to me that nothing would look as good as marble. But marble is soft and porous, making it prone to scratches, stains and chipping. It’s also expensive. Then I came across this epoxy coating that you pour right over the existing countertops. I was blown away by how easy it was to mimic the look of a marble slab—at a tenth of the cost.
 Everyone is amazed by the transformation. You’d have to look closely to see my mistakes that give it away: a pair of drips down one edge and a slight orange peel texture in the corner from overworking the topcoat. The countertops are tough, we dragged heavy pots and pans across them without damage.
 If your countertops are in need of a refresh, consider covering them with epoxy for a stunning new look.

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Ideas for the Kitchen: Renew Kitchen Countertops

If your laminate kitchen countertops are worn but still sound, give them a fresh, new look by resurfacing them. A variety of colors are available, and the process is no harder than painting.

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