3 Ways To Prevent Sun Damage To Your Newly Installed Hardwood Flooring

Posted on: 7 July 2016

If you live in a climate that receives a lot of sunlight throughout the year with clear weather, it's important that you consider how this can affect the inside of your home. If you have hardwood flooring and are worried about how your floors can fade shortly after they're installed, it's vital that you check what can be done to prevent sun damage. By knowing how to protect the hardwood flooring, you can be confident that you're taking care of the investment of hardwood flooring and ensuring that it will continue to look great in the years after it's installed. [Read More]

3 Kid Friendly Flooring Options

Posted on: 4 July 2016

Children provide a number of challenges to a household, including the increased mess and safety considerations that must be taken into account. Your home's flooring is an important part of these considerations, as it provides a number of features to the rooms of your home. Understanding which types of flooring are friendly towards children and the specific advantages and drawbacks that they offer can help you choose the best type of flooring for your home. [Read More]

Want Tile Floors That Stand Out? Consider These Fun Ideas

Posted on: 27 June 2016

Tile flooring can be a very functional type of flooring for any room in your home due to how easy it is to clean and its durability over the years. While tile flooring has a number of benefits, you may not be interested in it compared to hardwood flooring, due to its appearance. If you're interested in flooring that looks unique, you'll need to take your time and choose the right type of tile floors to get the look that you want. [Read More]

3 Simple Application Tips To Prevent Your Hardwood Finish From Peeling

Posted on: 20 June 2016

After installing your hardwood floors, it is important to seal off the final work with a heavy duty finish. A solid finish will help to protect your hardwood floor from fading, scratching and other potential damage. While finding the right finish that is compatible with your hardwood floor is important, the application process is just as important. A finish that is poorly applied can result in peeling. The peeling gives the finish a cloudy color that is easily noticeable. [Read More]