Selling your home in today’s market can be tough. So why not make it easier to sell by giving it a home improvement project makeover. It will help increase the value and selling power of your home. Install one of these easy to do it yourself flooring projects, and make your home stand out from the crowd.
I love the look of a cork floor. This versatile flooring material is soft underfoot, so it’s the perfect flooring substitute for hard tile. Ever drop a plate on a tile floor? A cork floor helps to absorb the shock. It also doesn’t dent as easily as a hardwood floor.
Cork flooring is relatively easy to install over most existing substrates. Some cork is interlocking, allowing it to float on the substrate and padding, removing the need for glue and adhesives. Best of all its cheap and looks good; what more could you ask for?
This faux wood flooring is the perfect addition to any room to get the look of elegant hardwood floors, without the high price or hard work. Most click lock flooring id free floating and interlocking, removing the need for nasty adhesives or toxic glues.
With a huge variety of colors, styles and materials, it’s a great economical choice for fixing plain floors or removing old carpet, without breaking the bank. Here’s how you do it: How to Install Click Lock Flooring.
Pavers might seem like a patio deck or sidewalk material, but in fact, you can use it anywhere. It’s easy to install, cheap and can transform a barren concrete slab into a work of art. Best of all it can be done by just about anyone who can mix a bucket of thinset.
Pavers come in a huge variety of colors, styles and thicknesses, allowing you to pick and choose the right paver to suit your tastes and budget. Check out How to Use Pavers over Old Concrete Slabs to get the bigger picture. Pavers and thinset could be all that is stopping you from getting your home sold.