The sink in the bathroom of my St. Cloud home has a large crack along the side of the bowl. It is rather small right now, and I wonder if I can fix it? Or will I have to replace the sink?
We are newlyweds and recently closed on our first starter home in California. We don't have much cash to remodel our kitchen, which needs it desperately. We would love to invest in a granite countertop, but unfortunately, it's not in the budget right now. Instead, we would like to have a "granite look-alike" but want to stay away from laminate or anything cheap looking. Are there inexpensive alternatives to granite that hold up as well, and look like granite? For example, are there any concrete products that are made to look like granite countertops?
I'd like to upgrade my laminate countertops without spending too much money--I won't be importing marble to Honolulu. What are your top picks for mid-range countertops?
The tile grout in my master bathroom is dingy and cracked, but local contractors here in California are refusing to regrout. Why is this, and what should I do to fix my grout problem?
I am planning to replace my bathroom countertops in Baltimore, but I can't decide between wood, marble, or a synthetic like Corian. What are the pros and cons of each type?