How To Know Which Floor Is Right For You

Posted on: 20 January 2020

Your floor has a great impact on the appearance of your home. For that reason, when you're installing a home, you'll want to put a lot of thought into the type of floor that is right for you. You'll want to consider not only current trends but also what you prefer. Also, there are several other factors to consider when choosing your floor. Overall Costs The cost of the flooring materials should not dissuade you because some flooring materials that are expensive can cost you less money in the long run.
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Having Your Hardwood Flooring Refinished? Consider These Finish Options

Posted on: 20 January 2020

If the finish on your hardwood floor is beginning to look a bit dull and lifeless, you may be thinking about having it refinished. What this entails is having a refinishing company come sand down the surface and apply a new finish. That sounds simple, and it really can be, but first, you have one big decision to make: what type of finish should you use on the hardwood floor? Here are your top options.
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Understanding How Flooring Is Secured

Posted on: 17 January 2020

Whether you're putting in flooring for the first time or renovating an existing room, it's a good idea to understand how the materials are secured. Let's take a look at the basic concepts. Supports Unless you're dealing with a concrete floor, there's probably a lot more going on than just what you see on the surface. A supporting structure is put in place during the construction of a house, and this structure provides the base that everything rests on.
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Benefits of Coating Your Concrete Floors, Walkways, and Patios

Posted on: 16 January 2020

Concrete is becoming a more popular choice for flooring in commercial buildings and residential homes. In general, it is cheaper than installing tiles or carpeting, easier to maintain, and can be cut, etched, or painted to have any look or design you like. Many professionals suggest using a concrete coating over the floor once you have it looking exactly the way you want. Here are just a few benefits of using a coating.
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