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Worried About The Look Of Your Office? 4 Signs It’s Time For New Carpeting

23 July 2017
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If your office doesn't look as nice as you'd like it to, it might be time to have new carpeting installed. You might not realize this, but new carpeting can change the entire look, and feel, of your office. If you don't think you need new carpeting, you might want to think again. Here are four reasons why new carpeting is exactly what you need for your office: Your Carpeting Still Stinks After a Cleaning Read More …

Is Your Hardwood Flooring Stained? Know How It Can Be Fixed

28 June 2017
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You may have decided to use hardwood flooring throughout your home because it is much more resistant to staining than carpeting. However, stains can even occur to hardwood that are difficult to remove. Here is how to fix problems with hardwood staining. Water Related Stains Water is a big problem with hardwood flooring. You'll noticed that the moisture on the wood can cause the wood to become discolored and pulpy. Any pulp on the floor will need to be scraped away so that the area underneath the damaged wood can dry. Read More …

Reduce The Cost Of Your Carpet Installation In A Few Simple Steps

21 June 2017
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Replacing the carpet in your home is a very affordable home remodel that will have a huge influence on the style and look of any room. The cost of carpet installation is relatively low compared to tile, hardwood or other flooring options. But, you can make your carpet installation project even more affordable by doing a small portion of the work on your own. This article explains how to reduce your labor costs by removing your old carpeting. Read More …

3 Big Reasons Without Merit Homeowners Choose Something Other Than Hardwood Floors

23 May 2017
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Since many years ago, hardwood flooring has been the traditional type of flooring for residential homes. Even today, many new homes are built or later outfitted with traditional wood flooring. However, with new developments in the availability of different flooring types, such as laminate, carpet, and vinyl, many homeowners have strayed away from tradition and may choose something other than hardwood. Take a look at some of the reasons why homeowners choose a different type of flooring than hardwood and why their reasoning often holds no merit at all. Read More …

Tips for Removing Old Tile & Preparing Your Floor for New Tile

1 May 2017
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If you have a broken, cracked, and worn tile floor in your kitchen or bathroom, then you may not be too happy about the general appearance of the floor. It may just be time to have a replacement installed. If you want to complete some of the prep work yourself, then this involves the removal of the old tile. This can be a time consuming job, but if you are up for it, keep reading to learn about what you need to do. Read More …