4 Tips To Help With Maintenance And Restoration Of Old Wood Flooring
9 April 2018
If you are doing restorations to your home, you may have old wood floors that are damaged, or that may have even been covered with other materials like carpeting. Restoring the wood flooring can be a valuable improvement to your home, but they are going to need maintenance to keep them looking like new when you have them surfaced. Here are some tips to help with hardwood floor restorations and maintenance to give your restoration project elegant new floors:
How To Add Insulation To Your Floors
10 January 2018
Many remodels can be costly, but the best investments are those that make your home a little cheaper to live in. For instance, an upgrade that will add installation insulation to your property is going to ultimately reduce your utility bills, which could save you a lot of cash in the long run. This article specifically looks at one of the best ways to add insulation to your property. It explains how you can add insulation to your floors if you have exposed ceiling joists in the basement below.
Your Questions Answered About Hardwood Floors
12 November 2017
Does the white carpet in your house make it look bad because it has a large amount of dirt on it? Cleaning white carpet can be a complicated task that might not end in satisfactory results, as stains may not be able to get removed. A good resolution to the problem would be to rip the carpet up and replace it with something that won't get as dirty. For example, choosing hardwood as your flooring material will give you the ability to spend less time worrying about how much dirt they accumulate.
Replacing Your Carpet Soon? Take Care Of A Few Things To Avoid Wear And Tear Early On
27 July 2017
It is inevitable for homeowners to have to replace their carpet after a certain number of years. Carpet is not like hardwood or tile that can last a century if well-maintained. While you may have taken great care of the carpet and it just needs to be replaced due to old age, there may be some things that caused extra wear and tear. It is worth making some simple changes to your home to avoid excessive wear and tear so that when you have the new carpet installed, you can confidently make it last as long as possible.