How to Protect Hardwood Flooring Near the Fireplace

Posted on: 11 December 2017

Wood laminate flooring is an ideal and practical option for homeowners who love a natural rustic feel in their home while eliminating the need to invest in an area rug. It provides the warmth and comfort that you get with a carpet, but it is easier to clean, does not stain quickly, and will not cause allergies in the home. However, one of the greatest concerns you should have when installing the flooring is how to protect the area around the fireplace.
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Restore Worn-Down Timber Flooring With These Easy Steps

Posted on: 11 December 2017

Instead of opting to cover up damaged timber flooring with wall-to-wall carpeting, you can choose to embark on timber floor repairs. Giving your timber flooring an overhaul won't just enhance the appeal of your interiors; you will inadvertently increase the value of the house too! Below are some easy steps you can take to restore worn-down timber flooring to its former glory. Sand the timber flooring Before starting the restoration process, ensure that the timber flooring is free of any debris.
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How to Maintain the Shine of Your Laminate Flooring

Posted on: 29 November 2017

Laminate floors are among the best flooring options for increasing the value of your home. Additionally, laminate is more affordable than tiles, stone and hardwood. The flooring industry has grown by leaps and bounds, making various designs of laminate flooring that resemble other types of materials such as hardwood and stone. Though laminate floors are very easy to maintain, foot traffic, dirt and using the wrong cleaning products can take off the shiny layer, leaving your floor looking dull and grey.
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A Few Quick Tips for Choosing Tile Flooring for Your Home

Posted on: 29 November 2017

Tile is a good choice of flooring for all areas of the home, but especially in the bathroom, kitchen, laundry room and basement, where excess humidity can rot away the padding of carpeting or cause timber floors to soften and warp and to grow mould and mildew. When you're ready to choose tile for any area of the home, you don't want to simply pick the cheapest option, as this can mean flooring that soon looks dull and drab or that is very difficult to clean.
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