Timber flooring is very durable and strong, and may need very little maintenance over the years, other than occasional sanding and the application of sealant. However, the way you treat and maintain your timber floors will be a very important factor when it comes to its durability and longevity. A few simple mistakes can actually ruin hardwood floors, whereas using the right products and cleaning techniques can prolong a floor's life and keep it looking its best.
Remodeling your bathroom to fit a spa theme is no small task. You not only need to be concerned about the decor for the room, but you are also dealing with a minimalist look as well. Too much colour or decor can detract from the very aspects that create the spa like feel. One aspect that you overlook is how the flooring blends in with the entire feel of the room.
When you're ready to choose timber floors for your home, you may have a particular colour or tone in mind that will match the home's overall style and your own personal taste; however, you may not have thought about many other details to those floors. As with any surface in your home, you want to think about more than just colour for timber floors, as other small but important features will make a big difference in their feel and appearance.
When homeowners consider carpeting for their home, they tend to think of oriental or Persian carpeting that tends to be a sign of wealth and prosperity. However, this is not the only carpeting option that is available to you. If you would like affordable carpeting that will provide you with longevity, you may want to consider carpet tile. As the name suggests, these are made of individual tiles of carpet that are laid in a particular formation to create the appearance of a solid carpet.
Sanding timber floors can remove stains, smooth down chips and cracks, and allow you to add a new coat of sealant or stain. While you can rent sanders and other equipment from the hardware or home improvement store and tackle this job yourself, you want to consider carefully if hiring a floor sanding professional is a better option. Note a few reasons why this is and why you may want to leave this in the hands of a professional.
Hello, my name is John and this is my new flooring blog. Last month, my wife and I finally got around to replacing the flooring in the downstairs rooms of our home. We had been meaning to do this since the day we moved in but one thing or another always got in the way. I contacted a flooring company who talked me through the various types of flooring I could have, explaining the drawbacks and the benefits of each type. In the end, we decided to have hardwood timber floors in our home as we wanted a traditional look. I hope you like my blog.