All You Need To Know About Terrazzo Flooring

Posted on: 13 December 2019

Terrazzo flooring is making a comeback. The once-popular flooring option fell out of vogue with the rise of other manufactured floors, such as laminate. However, terrazzo tiles and slabs are now finding their way into even the fanciest of buildings. Discover all you need to know about this beautiful flooring option. Basics of Terrazzo Flooring Terrazzo is a composite flooring material. It consists of cement with aggregate. Said aggregates can be glass, granite, marble, quartz, or similar materials.
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New To Having Carpeting? Know When It's Time To Clean It

Posted on: 8 August 2019

If you are going to be putting carpeting in your home, you may be wondering how to keep the carpet looking brand new for as long as possible. The key is identifying when the carpet needs to be cleaned at the early warning signs. Here are some reasons to have your carpet cleaned over the years. Look For Traffic Damage Some parts of your carpet are going to look more worn down than others, which will likely be those heavy traffic areas where people are walking the most.
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How Professionals Clean Your Ductwork

Posted on: 21 April 2019

Have you ever thought about how much dirt and debris is stuck inside your ductwork? There is likely years of accumulated dust inside there, which makes its way to the air each time you turn on your HVAC system. If you don't know the last time that your ducts were cleaned, it's a good idea to reach out to a local duct cleaning company to take care of this job for you.
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Prevent Scratches On Sealed Concrete

Posted on: 24 December 2018

Sealed concrete floors are smooth and shiny—and have a lovely color—when they are scratch-free and new. Keeping the floor in that wonderful condition is a worthy goal, and it doesn't take much to keep the floor safe from scratches. However, you do need to start early—pretty much when the sealant has dried—and care for the floor frequently. Accidents happen, and there's no way to guarantee that the sealant and floor won't ever be chipped or scratched, but your daily actions help keep the floor looking as good as possible.
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