Floor Removal: How To Prepare
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.
Deciding Between Hardwood And Laminate Flooring
19 May 2017
If you're replacing the floors in your home, you might have trouble deciding between hardwood flooring and laminate flooring. That's okay. You certainly aren't alone. There are pros and cons of both materials, and you need to understand what they are before making your final decision. This way, you don't end up wasting money on floors that you end up hating. This article will help you learn more about hardwood and laminate flooring so you can make an informed decision.
Instructions to Help You Prevent and Repair Hardwood Floor Damage
16 May 2017
When you first have new wood floors installed in your home, their beauty and shine can change the entire look of your home. Along with being attractive, hardwood floors are durable, but they also require the right care and maintenance to keep them looking as good as possible for as long as possible before you need to refinish them completely. Regular use from foot traffic and extra wear from pets and furniture can damage your floors.
Brighten Up Your Rental Home With Temporary Flooring
10 May 2017
If you live in a rented apartment or home, you may get frustrated with your limitations when it comes to decorating. If the flooring is ugly, you may feel like there is nothing you can do about it. However, you do have some options, thanks to vinyl flooring. As long as there isn't carpet on the floor, you can put down temporary flooring and give your place a fresh new look.