Brighten Up Your Rental Home With Temporary Flooring

Posted on: 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.
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Three Wood Floor Care Tips

Posted on: 9 May 2017

Your floors are one of the largest portions of the home's interior. However, this part of your home will be subjected to rather intense wear due to the amount of foot traffic that the floor will experience. However, you should be mindful of several floor care tips that will greatly reduce the amount of damage that your home's floors will suffer. Be Mindful Of The Shoes You Wear It may not seem like the shoes that you wear in your house will be a major problem, but there are some shoes that can be extremely damaging to wood flooring.
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3 Tips For Having Your Home's Hardwood Floors Refinished

Posted on: 6 May 2017

Wood floors give a home a timeless look and they are typically a great investment. But hardwood floors do not remain in pristine condition forever. If you had your hardwood floors installed several years ago, you may have noticed that they might not look as beautiful as they used to. Luckily, you do not need to completely replace hardwood flooring after it has lost its sheen-- hardwood refinishing is a more convenient and less expensive way to restore your flooring to its former beauty.
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Tips For Removing Adhesive From Laminate Flooring Materials

Posted on: 5 May 2017

If you have a laminate floor in your home, then you likely understand that the flooring material cannot be cleaned with abrasive cleaners or scrub brushes. These things can destroy the many layers of the floor. The main layers are made up of an inner core made from fiberboard, an image layer, and a protective coating of polyurethane on top. If a glue or another type of adhesive falls on the laminate, then it may be extremely difficult to remove.
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