Tips For Maintaining Your Real Hardwood Flooring

Posted on: 7 August 2017
Real hardwood flooring is an investment that can add value to your home, so it's important to keep it looking its best. Whether you've recently restored the original hardwood in your historic home or had new flooring installed, it'll require some basic daily maintenance.  While many types of flooring, such as laminate and even ceramic tile, can imitate the look of real hardwood at a lower cost, they may not match the natural and enduring beauty of the real thing.
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How To Change The Stain Color On Your Oak Foyer Floor When It Comes Time To Reapply Poly

Posted on: 30 September 2016
If your foyer oak floor is looking old and beaten up, and is in need of a new coat of poly, you might take the opportunity to change the color of the stain. Perhaps you have grown tired of a too-dark stain. If you have, then you should take this time and change the color of the floorboard stain. As long as you're dealing with applying a new coat of poly, you might as well strip the floor down and start over with a stain color you like.
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Unexpected Benefits Of Ceramic Tile Flooring

Posted on: 28 September 2016
Ceramic tile flooring isn't just attractive, there are numerous other benefits that ceramic tile flooring can offer a home, beyond their general durability and appearance. Tiles made of ceramic are available in a myriad of colors, patterns, and textures, and are generally considered to be longer-lasting than other tile options.  Ceramic Tiles Manage the Temperature of a Home Ceramic tiles are comprised of a heavy, thick material that will equalize to the temperature within a home.
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Hidden Treasure Found Underneath Your Carpet? How To Bring The Wood Floor Back To Life

Posted on: 16 September 2016
If you need new carpeting and found beautiful wood flooring underneath the carpeting when you removed it, you have found a treasure. If you have decided to keep the wood flooring instead of getting new carpeting, you will likely have to do some work on it. The first obvious thing is removing the carpet, and once that is done you can start working on the floor to bring it back to its former glory.
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