Having hardwood flooring installed in your home can be a great way to add value and make it more enjoyable to live in, especially if you have outdated or damaged flooring in the basement that needs replacement. If you've decided that the basement is a good place to make an update with new hardwood floors, it's important that you don't jump right in. The problem with rushing is that you can end up with poorly installed floors or more problems than you can comfortably deal with.
29 November 2016
If you have an elderly parent living at home with you or if you have taken on the task of taking care of your parent at their own home, then there are many safety precautions you should be taking, especially if your parent is no longer able to walk well on their own. This includes the consideration of installing carpeting in your home or your parent's home if you don't have carpet throughout the home already.
17 May 2016
When you are renovating an older home, you can be sure that you will find a lot of surprises. Some of these surprises can be the type that mean more work. There are also some that can be hidden treasures. Removing layers of old flooring can often uncover ancient hardwood flooring. These floors can be repaired and restored to give you beautiful wood floors. Here are some tips to restoring wood floors buried beneath layers of carpet and old flooring:
15 January 2016
You've moved into a home with gorgeous original hardwood floors. The only problem is that you don't know how to get them to look their best or properly care for them. Luckily, taking care of your hardwood floors is reasonably straightforward and simple. Here are four tips for doing so: Start with Professional Refinishing The first thing you should do is schedule a professional refinishing. When you have your hardwood floors professionally refinished, any scratches, scuffs, or stains will be removed and your floors will look brand new.
13 January 2016