Wood floors are elegant. The maintenance required of a wood floor is turning many homeowners on to wood look tiles. Today's digital imaging and ink-jet printing make wood look tiles affordable and beautiful. Tiles now come in just about every wood floor style from parquet to reclaimed to fossilized to traditional.





Unlike termites, carpenter ants do not eat wood. But they live in wood and do lots of damage to it. Learn about these pesty critters, how to eliminate them and how to prevent them.


Dust mites can give us runny noses, itchy eyes and respiratory problems. They are on our clothes, furniture, drapes and floors. They seem like a nightmare to eliminate. Here are steps to get rid of them.


Every homeowner with dull wood floors wishes they were shiny. Homemade, natural wood floor polish is becoming popular using vegetable oils and waxes. But, are they good for your floors or harmful?


This article will teach you how to paint tired, worn down floors. It is an easy job but you have to know how to prepare your wood floors and what kind of paint to use. This step-by-step guide will give you the knowhow to do this project yourself.


Wood floor polish protects your floor from future nicks and scratches. It also restores shininess. Not all wood floor polishes do a good job. Learn about floor polish made by Weiman, Hope, Pledge and Bona.


Wood floors need to have the occasional spot cleaning. When something spills, getting out a wood floor wipe is a quick and easy solution. Are all of these wood floor wipes made equally or is there a difference between brands?


Fleas are usually carried into our homes by our pets. They get into our furniture, clothes, bedding and old wood floors. Discover how to eliminate fleas on your wood floors.


Termites are an expensive pest to control. They will eat through anything wood. This means subfloors, floors, walls, ceilings, etc. Learn what to look for if you think you have a termite infestation.