Why You Should Invest In Porcelain Tiles

Posted on: 27 August 2017

Do you live with a smoker who has caused cigarette burns on numerous areas of your carpet? The bad thing about cigarettes burns is that they are permanent, so the best way to bring your floors back to a good condition is to invest in new materials. If you don't want to deal with cigarette burns in the future, consider investing in hard tiles for your house. A great tile option to consider is porcelain because it has a number of benefits.
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Can You Handle Your Own Hardwood Refinishing Project?

Posted on: 12 July 2017

One of the best things about owning a hardwood floor is that it can be refinished. Homeowners can remove the old stain and apply a new finish that will make their floor look newer and completely different. Whether you are just looking to update your home style, or your floor needs to be resealed, a new stain will benefit your floor in more ways than one. Refinishing your hardwood floor can be a perfect DIY project if you have the right tools.
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Want New Flooring? Why Plush Carpet Is An Excellent Choice For Your Family

Posted on: 24 June 2017

While flooring is just part of your house, it can play a huge role in your family's happiness. Tile floors in a cold climate may not be that comfortable during the cold, winter months. Hardwood floors are not that easy to maintain when you have several cats and dogs roaming inside the home. It is best to choose flooring that you know your family will be happy with throughout the years.
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Floor Removal: How To Prepare

Posted on: 8 June 2017

When you've grown tired of the appearance of your current flooring, you might make plans to rip it up and put on a new surface. Before doing so, consider the following preparation tips. Check for Asbestos If your current floor is covered with vinyl tiles or vinyl sheeting and it is some years old, it's possible that asbestos was added. If this is the case and there is no damage to your flooring, it's relatively safe to have inside the house.
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