A Look At Your Choices When Buying A New Hardwood Floor

Posted on: 20 July 2017

It's hard to beat real hardwood flooring when you want an elegant and classic look for your home. Other flooring materials may look like real wood, but they don't feel the same or wear the same as the real thing. Wood floors might be more expensive, but if you take care of the floor, it should last for decades. Here are some tips for picking out your new floor. Choose Harder Wood If You Want Scratch Protection
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A Guide to Dustless Sanding for Hardwood Floors

Posted on: 18 July 2017

In general, there are three different ways that you can refinish a hardwood floor. The traditional and most comprehensive method is to sand and re-stain it. You can also use dustless sanding techniques. The third option uses no sanding at all. This article explains the key differences of each approach. Sand and Re-stain Most floors, when being refinished, require a full sand and re-stain. This means that the flooring specialist will actually sand off all of the existing stain to expose the raw wood.
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The Benefits In Adding Epoxy To Your Garage's Cement Floor

Posted on: 16 July 2017

If you are the owner of an auto body shop or repair garage, it is likely you work on fixing vehicles in a large room or in bays with cement slab flooring. There are several benefits to be obtained with the addition of an epoxy coating over cement. Here are some of the reasons why hiring a floor contractor to add epoxy to your business' floor will improve your working environment.
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Want Hardwood Floors In The Basement? Make It Work With Laminate Hardwood Installation

Posted on: 14 July 2017

Hardwood flooring looks incredible in most homes, so it is understandable as to why you may want to have it throughout your entire home. The rules that you would normally follow for the main living floors in the house are different when you are considering the basement. Hardwood floors come with additional risk when installed in the basement, so laminate hardwood flooring is an excellent alternative. Avoid Moisture Problems When choosing basement floors, you have to be careful with the type of flooring that you choose for the basement because it is more susceptible to moisture problems compared to the rest of the home.
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