Understanding Flooring Options

  • Glue-Down Or Nail-Down: Which Installation Method Works Best?

    22 September 2017

    Just as there's more than one way to crack a nut, there's also more than one way to install hardwood flooring. But no matter which method is used, it has to be durable and resilient enough to stand up to countless years of use. The traditional method of using nails and fasteners to secure hardwood flooring remains the most common and preferred way for many contractors. However, hardwood flooring adhesives are a popular alternative to traditional nail-down wood flooring installation.

  • 4 Tips To Help Protect Your Home From Storm Damage

    21 September 2017

    With storms that seem to be getting stronger, protecting your home should be a priority. Not only do you want to protect against structural damage, but you also want to prevent looting and other problems. If you want to protect your home from the next storm that comes through your town, here are a few tips that will help you stay safe and reduce the impact that storms have on your home:

  • Worried About Dust Allergies At Home? 3 Reasons To Get Hardwood Flooring Installed

    19 September 2017

    Replacing the flooring in your home can be a smart option if you're sensitive to dust and other allergens that can be associated with carpeting. While carpet is a great option due to the sound absorption it can provide, it may not be a good choice once you consider the way that it can trigger allergies. If you're looking for ways to make your home more suitable for anyone suffering from allergies, it can be a great choice to get hardwood flooring installations.

  • How To Remove Oil Stains From Hardwood Floors

    15 September 2017

    Hardwood flooring is resistant to general wear and tear, but it can be easily stained by a number of different substances, most notably oil. Oil stains on hardwood flooring can be extremely hard to remove, since simply washing your floors won't remove it and it will quickly adhere to the finish of your floorboards, marring the appearance of your otherwise natural looking flooring. Thankfully, if you do happen to get oil stains on your hardwood floors, there are a number of steps that you can take to remove them.

  • Tips For Performing Prep Work For Carpet Installation

    13 September 2017

    Having new carpeting installed a great way to rejuvenate the look of an office. Carpeting can be quite affordable as it is, but you can lower the cost of new carpeting by performing the prep work on your own. Here are some tips for removing the old carpeting and tack strips, as well as additional prep needed before your carpet installers arrive: Gather the Tools This job will require you to have a few tools to remove the old carpeting.

  • 3 Keys For Your Commercial Garage Epoxy Flooring

    12 September 2017

    When you have a commercial garage that you want to have serve you for years, it's important to reach out to some pros that can help you with flooring. Epoxy flooring is made with hard resin and is one of the most practical forms of flooring that you can have installed. In this regard, make sure that you read on and apply the tips in this article to get all that you need out of your commercial garage epoxy flooring.

  • Tips For Choosing The Right Hardwood Flooring For Your Home

    11 September 2017

    Replacing old floors in your home with brand-new hardwood flooring can be an exciting event, but it can also be confusing. There are so many types of hardwood floors to choose from, and you will need to choose the type of wood, the color, and the width of the planks. These decisions are tough to make, but there are even more things to consider. One of the most important things to consider when buying hardwood is the hardness of it and the finish, and here are several things to know about these features:

  • 4 Options In New Flooring For Your Rental Home

    8 September 2017

    When you move into a rental house, you often have to tolerate the landlord's decorating scheme. You can't make changes to the walls or floors that can't be undone. However, you might have a few flooring options if you just can't stand the ugly tile or vinyl floors in your home. Here are some ideas for temporary flooring that can be removed at the end of your lease and that won't leave any damage behind.