Reasons to Choose Wood Flooring

Posted on: 21 June 2021

If you are going to be replacing the flooring you already have, then the first step will be to figure out whether you want to replace it with the same type of flooring or change it to something completely different. As you are considering your flooring options, you may find that wood flooring can be a better option than carpet, tile, or marble floors. Here are some questions to ask about your current flooring that can help you to decide if you would be better off with wood. [Read More]

Flooring Options To Consider For Your Getaway Cabin

Posted on: 17 June 2021

If you're fixing up a cabin to use as a getaway or to rent as a vacation home, you may be stumped when it comes to the type of flooring to install. Your choice may be determined by how you intend to use the cabin, since you want attractive flooring for a vacation rental and more utilitarian flooring for a fishing cabin. Plus, you have to consider if the cabin will be cooled and heated all the time or if there will be weeks or months when the cabin is hot and humid or freezing. [Read More]

Hardwood Flooring Options To Give Your Floors A Unique Personalized Design

Posted on: 3 June 2021

If you want flooring with a more personalized design, consider using hardwood materials. The features that you may want to consider include stencil staining, borders, and laid-in designs. The following hardwood flooring custom installation options will give your new floors a more personalized design: Stenciled Hardwood Flooring Stains The hardwood that you install for the floors in your home is going to need to be stained. Rather than staining the wood with one color stain, they can be combined with different colors. [Read More]

5 Tips For Properly Maintaining Your Laminate Flooring

Posted on: 25 May 2021

While laminate floors may be designed to closely mimic the look of hardwood flooring, these two materials are quite different in the type of maintenance they require. Consequently, cleaning and caring for your laminate floors in the same manner as you would a hardwood floor can actually result in rather significant damage to your laminate. Furthermore, since laminate flooring cannot simply be sanded down and refinished to eliminate damage to its surface, any damage that is caused by improper maintenance can result in some rather hefty repair or replacement expenses. [Read More]