2017

  • Choose Resilient Vinyl Flooring For Your New Home? How To Keep It Looking Brand New


    If you've decided to go with a resilient vinyl floor for your new home, you've made the right choice. Resilient vinyl flooring comes in a wide variety of design options, including those that provide the appearance of natural stone, and hard wood planks. One of the many benefits of resilient vinyl flooring is that it requires very little maintenance. Follow the maintenance tips provided below to keep your new vinyl floor looking beautiful for years to come:
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  • 3 Simple Signs It's Time For New Carpet


    Your flooring is an essential part of your home's function, appeal, and value, so periodic maintenance is important. While regular vacuuming and shampooing are helpful, your carpet will not last forever. Dirt, debris, basic wear and tear, and even the presence of bacteria in your carpet can wreak havoc on your home's appeal and value while affecting your health and wellness. Of course, replacing your carpet can be a costly but necessary project.
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  • How To Clean And Maintain Natural Hardwood Flooring


    Not only do hardwood floors give a home a warm, welcoming appearance, they're generally easy to clean and maintain as well. While laminate flooring closely resembles real hardwood, it doesn't have the same beauty or durability. If your home currently has authentic hardwood flooring, even if it is a century or more old, you can  keep it looking its best by giving it a little TLC on a daily, weekly and monthly basis.
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  • Installing A Glass Tile Floor? Factors To Consider As You Select Your Tile


    Glass tiles are traditionally used as backsplashes in kitchens or around shower enclosures. However, certain types of glass tiles are now being used for flooring. Glass tiles are light and reflective, making a space seem bright and airy. When properly installed, they can also be long-lasting and easy to clean and care for. If you are having a new glass tile floor installed in your home, you first have to select the tile for the floor.
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