If you have a variety of wooden or wood finish floors throughout your home, then you may already be thinking of ways to keep them looking at their best. Ultimately, a great wooden floor is one that you clean and treat regularly. They take time and care to keep them looking at their best, but providing you work out what’s best for your flooring, there are no reasons why this should provide any headaches. Continue reading Floor Sanding, Buffing or Screening?
Hardwood flooring has grown massively in popularity in recent years and is now one of the most common choices for flooring in the home because of its durability, low maintenance, and how easy it is to clean. It can even add value to your home. While materials such as laminate or even tiles can emulate the look of hardwood they will never be as good as the real thing. Continue reading Flooring Trends | Kitchen Hardwoods
You’ve thought it all out and arrived at the conclusion that it’s time to redo your floors. Before you go tearing up carpet or refinishing hardwood there is plenty of prep work that needs to be done. In order to get your project off to a good start, there are several things you’ll need to take into consideration, such as the following:
A wooden floor offers a timeless classical style in the home. When it’s well cared for, well maintained, and well installed, it can last a lifetime, but getting to that stage does take a little time and a lot of know-how.
Sanding a wooden floor isn’t your typical DIY job. It’s not something you need to do every week, every month or even year. You probably don’t own your own floor sander, but that’s a good thing. Because of the infrequent need for this very specific equipment, hiring one is always going to be the best option, but which floor sander is right for your home or business?
There’s probably any number of questions that keep you up at night. “Why are we here?”, “What fruit flavour is Dr Pepper?” and “Should I hire or buy a floor sander”? You’re not alone.