Talking About Hardwood Flooring Installation And Upkeep

Do you want to install natural hardwood flooring in your home but don't know how to maintain the floors? Learn how you can keep your home looking great.

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Talking About Hardwood Flooring Installation And Upkeep

Hi there, I am Serena. Welcome to my site about hardwood flooring installation and upkeep. The hardwood flooring you place in your home can look great and last for decades with the proper care. You must have the flooring installed with the right tools and techniques to keep it in good shape over the years. Improper installation techniques and lack of maintenance can leave your flooring warped or otherwise damaged over time. I will discuss this topic, as well as other flooring tips for different materials, in great detail to help you keep your flooring in optimal condition year after year.


How To Cover Stairs With Laminate Flooring

29 May 2017
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If you want to update your stairs, consider installing laminate flooring. Laminate flooring has the look of real wood, but without the cost. Laminate flooring is much easier to clean than carpeting, and it can handle heavy foot-traffic. A DIY person with basic carpentry skills can install laminate on stairs by following these tips. Prepare to Work For this project, you need: work gloves safety goggles measuring tape pencil broom pliers pry bar belt sander putty knife wood filler chisel (optional) two inch finishing nails and hammer circular saw or table saw miter saw laminate floor boards with bull nose for stairs When you shop for laminate, consider the finish of the floor. Read More …

Have Thin And Worn Hardwood Floors? Consider Your Options With A Flooring Professional

26 May 2017
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When you first bought your home, you may have loved the hardwood floors. But, over the years, it has gotten scratched up and worn down to the point that something must be done to make it look good again. Unfortunately, you may have gotten a flooring inspection in the past and found out that the wood is thin. Trying to refinish the surface could make the wood too thin for it to handle normal traffic. Read More …

Is a Linoleum Floor a Good Choice for Your Kitchen?

19 May 2017
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The kitchen floor is typically an expansive one. It's also a floor that many guests will see, assuming you entertain in your kitchen like most homeowners. So it makes sense that you would spend some time considering various options when choosing your kitchen floor material. Linoleum is one material that appeals to many homeowners, but while it's a great choice for many people, it's not a perfect solution for every situation. Read More …

Worried About Your Tile Floors Cracking From Wear And Tear? 3 Things To Look For With Installation

26 April 2017
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Getting tile flooring installed can be a great way to make your home easier to clean and help improve the way that it looks drastically. If you're eager to get started with having new flooring put in, but are concerned about the long-term durability, it's a good idea to look into how different types of tile floors can make a difference. if you're concerned about the tile floor cracking under pressure, the following tips can all help make a big difference in the kind of quality that tile flooring will have and how long it will last. Read More …

Choosing The Right Carpet For Indoor Pets

17 April 2017
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Having carpet flooring can give your home a comfortable and cozy feel. Unfortunately, many carpets are not made to withstand the type of wear that an indoor pet can introduce. If you have a dog or cat in your home, it's essential that you select the right kind of carpet if you want your living space to remain aesthetically pleasing in the future. Here are three characteristics to look for as you shop for new carpet that will suit both you and your indoor pets. Read More …