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How to Hire a Contractor

Renovating your home takes lots of time and money, and to get the job done right, you’ll need a quality contractor. We’ve all heard stories about nightmare contractors – Don’t let that happen to you by using these tips for hiring a reliable contractor.

Favorite People to Follow on Pinterest

Here at Rusmur Floors, we love Pinterest. It’s our favorite source for DIY projects, decorating ideas, recipes, unique flooring ideas and plenty more! Here are some of our favorite people to follow on Pinterest:

Easy DIY Costumes

Do you need a last minute Halloween costume for you or someone in your family? These easy ideas that can be made with stuff you probably have around the house or can buy cheaply at many stores near you are just the ticket!

Troubleshooting Squeaking Laminate Floors

Are your laminate floors squeaking? Let us help you try and fix the problem before you call in a professional to look at the problem.

How to Find Your Design Style

The key to designing a home with a cohesive look and feel is to know your design style and then purchase pieces that fit in that style.

What Every New Homeowner Needs to Know

After celebrating the purchase of your first home, there are plenty of things you need to start

How to: Hang Artwork

Artwork can really make your place feel like home, it can give your home personality, showcase

Choosing Kitchen Lighting

If you are redecorating or remodeling your kitchen, the lighting might be the last thing you think of, but lighting can affect the functionality and mood in the room so it’s important to have a plan to give you the best results.

Skills You Need to Survive Home Ownership – Part II

This is a follow-up post to last month’s Skills You Need to Survive Home Ownership – Part I

Skills You Need to Survive Home Ownership – Part I

If you’re a first-time home owner, you’ve likely figured out by now that your new home did not, unfortunately, come with an instruction manual. There may be no seminar to teach you the ins and outs of your home, but at some point you’ll need to hang a painting, unclog a sink or change a light

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