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Answered: Glazed porcelain tile or wooden floor?

I like porcelain over wooden because it is easier maintaining them.

Answered: Floor Tiles are coming loose. They are Asbestos Tiles. Do they make a

I think now you should replace asbestos tiles, recently i replaced my asbestos tiles flooring to amtico flooring and karndean flooring .

Answered: Laying hardwood flooring in different rooms and halls

Select hardwood according to the need of the area where it is going to be installed. Every room and location has need for different textured wood and flooring. Follow the basics and then get your floor done. You can also go for dedicated fitters like superior-hardwoods.com for proper and long ...

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Answered: My landlord had fixed our floors and now they are ...

If the place is not safe, you can move. Failure to maintain a safe residence is grounds for breaking a lease, but you may need pictures to prove it. It may be allowable to withhold rent until it is fixed, but you need legal advice. In some places you may pay to fix it yourself, and subtract the ...

Answered: Matching Starbucks floor tile?

Thanks for the comment. However, it does not have to match exactly. My biggest issue is the base trim on the wall. I need a few pieces to replace some broken trim tile. Replacing the entire floor is not an option.
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When requiring porcelain veneers in order to ...

Hi! I had porcelain veneers applied in the UK four months ago. It cost me nothing as I went to a dental school and the treatment was free. Please think about going to a dental school as if they can help you, the treatment will be wonderful and save you something like £500+ per tooth. Good ...

How do I protect my pine floors from chair marks

I think you should be able to get coasters to put the chair legs on. They have carpet on the bottoms so they don't damage the floors.

Limoges porcelain

You might want to have it appraised or take it to an antique dealer to find out. Search the internet for images of porcelain lamps from that era.

Looking for Stefani Porcelains

I have a Rabbit by Stefani Porcelains of Japan. This is not in its orginal box as it was my uncles and was passed to me by my mother when she passed away. Please reply if you would like contact information