Monthly Archives: April 2014
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So you just fitted your new hardwood flooring in one room of your home and now you want to install a transition strip, in order to bridge the gap between the two surfaces. But since there are several different types of transition strips in the market, how will you know which one is suitable for your specific situation?
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Matching an existing hardwood floor with a new one can be quite a challenging task. Whether your old floor is partly damaged and you want to repair it, or you just want to add more hardwood on to the current wood floors as a part of your renovating project, there is a lot to consider. In any case, when trying to blend a new wood floor with the pre-existent, it is important to minimize the visual differences and create the impression that the surface was always like this.
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Laminate flooring is a popular alternative solution for those seeking the look of real wood. Apart from the fact that it is much cheaper than a solid wood floor, one of it's biggest advantages is its low level of maintenance. It is designed to be easy-care and once installed you won't need to spend much time for it's cleaning. However, this doesn't mean that is "bullet proof". Although it is manufactured to be resistant to scratches, denting, stains, fading and wear from heavy use, it is still possible that might get damaged from everyday grit and dirt. Hence, cleaning your laminate floors on a regular basis is vital.
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Creating a colour scheme for your home can be a time consuming process, as it takes a lot of research to choose the perfect one. Whether you are choosing a colour scheme for a single room or for your entire house, we understand that it is an overwhelming decision since the possibilities are endless and that's what we aim through this blog post; to make your decision easier.
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Why protecting your hallway is important?
So you just installed your new hardwood flooring in the hallway and you are scared it's not going to last long, due to the harsh wear and tear that will suffer on a daily basis. Let me tell you that is absolutely normal to have this feeling, since the hallway is the highest-traffic area of a house and your new flooring will be more subject to scratches, stains and dents by various elements, than in any other room.