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Three Tips For Caring For Your Laminate Floors

There are many different flooring options that are available to homeowners. However, it can be common for homeowners to be fairly unsure of the proper steps for caring for their flooring. In particular, laminate flooring can be very common due to its low cost and variety of aesthetic options. To help you ensure that your laminate flooring lasts for as long as possible, you will need to be mindful of these basic tips. Read More 

Need New Flooring? Why Carpet Is The Way To Go

If you're looking to get new flooring in your home, you have a number of options at your disposal.  Hardwood, tile and even cobblestone are popular choices.  However, there's one option that may stand a cut above the rest:  Carpet.  Few things can tie a room together as well as a richly colored layer of carpet.  Use this information to learn more about why carpet is the ideal choice for your next flooring project. Read More 

Granite Flooring 101: 4 Tips For Keeping It Healthy And Beautiful

Natural stone flooring is a great option for many homes. One of the more popular natural stones for flooring is granite. It's a naturally strong stone, which makes it a great choice for all homes. It also comes in a variety of colors and patterns, which makes it both beautiful and unique. However, it does require some maintenance in order to preserve its beauty. So how should you be maintaining your granite floor? Read More 

Getting Your Rental Home Ready For A Future Tenant? Choose Faux Wood Blinds

When you buy a single-family home, you will either get one that has or has not been modified to achieve a neutral look. A neutral look is ideal for sellers that want to attract the most attention. This kind of home is perfect to buy when you intend on turning it into a rental property as you do not need to do much. It just requires filling in the basics, such as window treatments, appliances, and minor changes if desired. Read More 

How to Remove Rock Salt Residue and Restore the Natural Beauty of Your Hardwood Floors

The winter time is harsh on wooden floors. You and your family members can drag in rock salt used to keep your sidewalks and driveway clear of ice on your boots and shoes. The residue from the rock salt can seep into the wood and damage the finish on the floor, and it should be cleaned up as quickly as possible to protect the floors. Here is how you can remove the rock salt residue to keep your hardwood floors looking shiny and new. Read More 

About Me

flooring for a home filled with dogs and kids

I have three dogs and four kids - all of which can be very damaging to my home. When the kids were very small, I wanted to have carpeting in every room of the house to make floor time and learning to walk a little more comfortable for them. As they grew older, their messes also grew, so I had to find another flooring option that can withstand all of the abuse of the dogs and the kids. There are several flooring options that can withstand the abuse that those little creatures put it through. If you are looking for a similar solution, visit my site to find a long list of options for your home, as well as tips for caring for it after installation.

Latest Posts

Three Tips For Caring For Your Laminate Floors
10 November 2016

There are many different flooring options that are

Need New Flooring? Why Carpet Is The Way To Go
5 August 2016

If you're looking to get new flooring in your home

Granite Flooring 101: 4 Tips For Keeping It Healthy And Beautiful
18 April 2016

Natural stone flooring is a great option for many

Getting Your Rental Home Ready For A Future Tenant? Choose Faux Wood Blinds
22 February 2016

When you buy a single-family home, you will either

How to Remove Rock Salt Residue and Restore the Natural Beauty of Your Hardwood Floors
12 December 2015

The winter time is harsh on wooden floors. You and