Today’s Homeowner Radio Show | July 24, 2021

Woman installs peel-and-stick vinyl tile in her living room
Peel-and-stick tile is an affordable flooring option to tie a room together. However, it’s actually easier to order a sheet of vinyl flooring. (©mokee81,

Peel-and-stick vinyl tiles are popular for their ease of installation. If you’re wondering how to install them over a painted concrete basement floor, we’ve got the answer.

Building an outdoor wheelchair-accessible area to mingle with your neighbors? We’ve got tips on how to make that project a success, too.

And we’ll share how to maintain a wooden door’s natural color before staining and sealing it.

We cover all these topics, and many more, in this week’s episode of the Today’s Homeowner Radio Show!

Listen to the Today’s Homeowner Radio Show to learn more about these topics:

  • What to do when your home has a musty odor from constant moisture
  • Screening in a section of your patio with a complicated roof line
  • Tips for wanting to paint a previously leaking concrete wall
  • Landscape fabric recommendations
  • Safe ways to clean hard water or calcium deposits from a porcelain tile shower floor and grout
  • What to do when you have damaged particle board countertops
  • Tips for fixing incorrectly installed insulation
  • To paint or not to paint laminate flooring
  • Finding the source of leaks in your chimney
  • Dehumidifier altneratives for a garage turned home office
  • How to match new concrete to old concrete

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