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Tuesday, 23 December 2014 18:36

How To Measure Your Room For Laminate Flooring

Laminate flooring has raised more and more popularity in recent years as well as the question how do you measure your room for laminate flooring. Due to the number of times I get phone calls and emails asking this question I believed it'd be better to write a post noting it.

Published in DIY
Friday, 19 December 2014 14:44

Hardwood Flooring Installation Tips

Many people for some reason believe that because hardwood floors are a relatively delicate and costly material, we always have to seek assistance and help from experts.

Published in DIY
Sunday, 13 July 2014 17:15

Advantage of Laminate Wood Flooring

Laminate wood flooring has become much more popular over the past few years, particularly in young families with children. There are a number of reasons for this. One of them is the cost, which is obviously less expensive than hardwood flooring. Second, laminate floor is extremely easy to clean and preserve.

Published in Home Improvement
Sunday, 13 July 2014 17:08

Benefits of Hardwood Flooring

It would probably be incredibly difficult to find a homeowner who would not like to have hardwood floors. But is it really worth the price? Traditional carpeting from wall-to-wall is out and increasingly popular laminate floor offers a similar look at a lower cost.

In this article, we will point out a few benefits of hardwood flooring to help you make your decision.

Published in Home Improvement
Sunday, 13 July 2014 17:06

Advantage of Cork Flooring

Cork flooring offers quite a few excellent benefits to any homeowner. The main benefit of cork flooring in your house is its durability. High heels or furniture do not represent any damage to your flooring. Cork flooring is characteristically protected with urethane, durable, and free of formaldehyde. When cork is exposed to weight or pressure, the air between chambers inside cork reduces the volume significantly. When cork is not subjected to pressure, it returns to its original shape. The cellular composition of cork prevents cork from effects of resistance and impact more than other hard flooring surfaces.

Published in Home Improvement