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Flooring Choices To Consider When You’re Approaching Your Senior Years

If you're near retirement age and you're renovating your home, you have special considerations if you plan to age in place. You'll want to make changes and use materials that are safe and accommodate the challenges you may face when you're older. Flooring is one such consideration. Since falls can be dangerous during your senior years, you'll probably want to avoid stone floors and area rugs. Here are two flooring options that might be better. Read More 

Addressing Common Types Wood Floor Damage

Floor damage can be a major issue for a home to experience. Despite the fact that most homeowners will need to address this problem at some point, there are many questions that they may need to have answered to be able to make informed choices about addressing their floor damage. Is Replacement The Best Option For Addressing Floor Stains? Replacing stained sections of the floor may seem as though it will be the obvious repair option for floor discolorations. Read More 

Caring For Your New Travertine Floors: What You Need To Know

These days, travertine tile is a popular flooring option for homeowners who want to achieve a high-end look without blowing their budgets in the process. Travertine is also one of the more durable and cost-effective tiling options on the market, making it a great flooring solution for high-traffic areas like entryways, hallways, and kitchens. If you're thinking about having travertine floor tiles installed in your home, there are still some basic care and maintenance tips you'll want to keep in mind. Read More 

Just Get Dark-Colored Carpeting? 3 Tips For How To Clean It

Don't make the mistake of assuming your dark carpeting will be easier to keep clean than a light-colored alternative. Stains will still show up on dark carpet fibers, and you'll need to know the steps required to clean it when it gets dirty. Follow these tips for how to spot-clean or shampoo a dark carpet, which will help it look nice over the years. Clean a Test Patch Before you clean any carpeting, it is a good idea to clean a small test patch to see how the cleaning material reacts to the carpet fibers. Read More 

Not My Wood Floors! How To Prevent Water Damage When A Pipe Bursts

If you've got hardwood floors, too much water can spell disaster. Unfortunately, you can't control the water when a pipe bursts, which is quite common during the winter. If your pipes burst this winter, you'll need to act fast to save your hardwood floors, especially if you want to avoid water damage. Use the instructions provided below to get rid of the water and save your hardwood floors. Clear the Room Out 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

Flooring Choices To Consider When You're Approaching Your Senior Years
4 November 2018

If you're near retirement age and you're renovatin

Addressing Common Types Wood Floor Damage
21 July 2018

Floor damage can be a major issue for a home to ex

Caring For Your New Travertine Floors: What You Need To Know
20 April 2018

These days, travertine tile is a popular flooring

Just Get Dark-Colored Carpeting? 3 Tips For How To Clean It
25 January 2018

Don't make the mistake of assuming your dark carpe

Not My Wood Floors! How To Prevent Water Damage When A Pipe Bursts
31 October 2017

If you've got hardwood floors, too much water can