Monthly Archive: November 2016

Nov 29

Staining Wood Floors

Wooden floors are expensive and changing it involves a huge investment. To avoid such high expenses, you can opt for staining the wood instead. This process is often adopted by people for changing the interior d�cor of their house or to match up with the newly bought furniture. Staining is comparatively cheaper than complete replacement …

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Nov 29

6 Best Eco-friendly Flooring Ideas for Your Home

Having a beautiful and stylish home without harming the environment is amazing, right?, With the abundance of green products available in the market, using eco-friendly products is the ideal way. These products are made from sustainable, recycled, and non toxic materials. Eco-friendly options don’t cost more than normal options either. In fact, they give you …

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Nov 28

Creative Flooring Ideas

If you want to create a lasting first impression of your beautiful interiors, you need to start with the entryway floors and weight up the hallway which is the area where your guest will first step into. Of course you can continue the lovely flooring to the other rooms as well. Let me tell you …

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Nov 28

Pros and Cons of Resilient Flooring

If your home space is a center to juice spills, skateboard activities, pets, damp footwear, and a host of other such trying elements that put your flooring’s durability and strength to test, then resilient flooring is your benefactor. Cork, rubber, vinyl, and linoleum are the common types of resilient flooring that are specifically engineered to …

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Nov 26

Hand Scraped Wooden Floors

Also referred to as hand sculptured hardwood flooring, this flooring type has been popular among the masses since the 1800s. It is loved for its resilient urethane finish, that imparts a traditional wooden floor appeal. Although expensive, they are worth the cost due to the elegant and extravagant look they impart to a house or …

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Nov 26

Drum Vs. Orbital Sander – Which is Better for Floor Finishing

A sander is an electric device that helps smoothen a rough surface. There are several types of sanders, like belt, drum, orbital, random orbit sanders, and so on. But the common property among all is that they operate by using an abrasive surface that rubs on the floor. The difference between various sanding devices is …

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Nov 25

Quarry Tiles

Quarry tiles are made of ceramic materials and are inexpensive. They are the best for high abuse areas like the kitchen, bathrooms, and hallways. Earlier, they were mostly used commercially. They are becoming popular for home improvement projects nowadays. Apart from being relatively cheaper and affordable, they are highly durable and are one of the …

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Nov 25

Flooring Options for Stairs

One of the key elements in any home, which has more than 1 level, are the staircases. The width, height, basic configuration, and uses can vary from one house to another. The design of the house, the intricate details the architect has added in the stairs, the available space on the stairs, and your overall …

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Nov 24

Pros and Cons of Teak Flooring

For long, teak has been conferred the ultimate wood for all outdoor uses. Teak wood has garnered peans on durability, and being a weather, insect, and water resistant material makes it the most sought after expanse for fittings. An oily wood by nature, freckled with fine, close grain, it withstands weather and wear extremely well. …

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Nov 24

How to Install Teak Flooring

The right kind of flooring adds a finishing touch to every home decorating project. Amongst various types of flooring, hardwood flooring has always been immensely popular for a number of its attributes. Hardwood flooring is eco-friendly, inexpensive, and pretty easy to install. Along with all these features, it imparts that elegant oriental appeal to the …

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