As a Clapham Area homeowner or home owner, you have a strangely tough choice to make about your flooring. Should you install hardwood flooring or stick with carpeting or tile? The brief answer is: wood. Generally, hardwood holds significant advantages over both tile and carpeting. Hardwood vs Carpet Carpet fibers tend to collect dust, dander,… Continue reading IS WOOD REALLY THAT MUCH BETTER THAN TILE OR CARPET?
Nature is a veritable palette of colour and wood is no exception. From blonde to black, black wood colors vary dramatically based on the species. Light colored woods include birch, pine, white oak, ash and maple and are extremely popular flooring choices for anyone seeking a bright, airy inside. That said, dark flooring are also… Continue reading Types Of Black Wood Flooring
Hardwood floors are one of the best investments any homeowner can make but frequently the flooring is already an available option. Based on the time of your premises, even if carpet is widespread throughout the space, existing hardwood floors underneath is obviously a possibility. If it happens to be the case where hardwoods exist for… Continue reading Changing Colors Is Easier Than You Think
The holidays are in full swing along the Front Range. We’ve had a couple of great snowfalls and family and friends have been coming over to your house. Do not feel guilty if you’ve found yourself worried about your hardwood floors. Maybe you just had them installed or recently had them refinished. Don’t worry. There… Continue reading Tips for Your Hardwood Floors and Holiday Parties
Hardwood floors are a very common flooring option, but dog owners are often worried that their furry friend can ruin their beautiful floors. This isnâ$™t true, however, as it only requires a small bit of additional work and upkeep to keep your floors looking great. Keep on reading for some suggestions on how to maintain… Continue reading Will My Dog Ruin My Hardwood Floors?
Top 5 Softwoods PINE-Pine is a softwood which grows in most areas of the Northern Hemisphere. There are more than 100 species worldwide. ASH-There are 16 species of ash which grow in the eastern United States. Of these, the white ash is the largest and most commercially important. HICKORY-There are 15 species of hickory in… Continue reading Top 5 Softwoods
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