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Bethesda Kitchen & Bath, LLC

4949 Saint Elmo Avenue, Bethesda, MD 20814
  • Vinyl
  • Wood

Business Description

Bethesda Kitchen & Bath is a kitchen and bathroom contractor located in Bethesda and serves throughout the Montgomery and Washington D.C. neighborhoods. In its two decades of experience, the company has been dealing with the design needs of residential customers by providing them full-range services, including cabinet and countertop customization, complete kitchen and bathroom remodeling, and flooring installation. It offers flooring options such as hardwood, laminate, vinyl, and tile that have varying colors, styles, and designs.

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Frequently Asked Questions

How do you stagger vinyl plank flooring?

Ensure six inches of space at the end of the first row. Trim the first plank to accommodate that space, if needed. Cut a plank in half. Start row two with a half plank. Continue. Use a piece cut the same length as the first row's final plank for row three. Repeat until done.

How do you transition between two different wood floors?

T-molding, a T-strip, or a basic wooden border are simple solutions for wood floor transitions. You can choose between various materials and colors. If the floor areas are different heights, purchase and install a sloping transition strip. These flooring pieces have a small gradient that's designed to compensate for minor height differences.

How do you epoxy a garage floor?

Remove dirt, paint, oil, and other gunk. Dry completely. Paint the epoxy on with a brush, one small area at a time. Dry overnight. Add a second coat with a roller, concentrating on any thin or missed spots. Allow 48 hours to dry and a week before parking a car on the new floor.

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