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Top Flooring Options for Homes, Businesses, and Rentals and More

Are you choosing flooring for your home, your business, your investment property, or anywhere else? Then, let me help. Hello, my name is Sarah. In this blog, I'm going to cover everything from refinishing old wooden floors, to importing rugs, to choosing the most comfortable carpet pad, to selecting colors that make your rooms look perfect. I'm not a flooring professional, but I have installed my fair share of floors. I also love design, and in addition to redecorating my own home, I've helped a lot of friends with their homes and renal properties. As the previous owner of a boutique, I also get how important flooring can be for reflecting your brand and creating the right vibe. Check out my posts -- I hope you enjoy them. Thanks.

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Three Reasons To Install Ceramic Tiles
21 November 2017

When it comes to residential floors, ceramic tiles

Carpet Installation Over A Floating Floor: Why This Doesn't Work And How To Fix It
29 August 2017

A floating floor is a wood or laminate floor that

What To Expect When Your Hardwood Floors Are Refinished
9 July 2017

If your hardwood floors have lost their shine and

Why Kitchen Floor Drains Need to be Carefully Kept Grease-Free
26 June 2017

Commercial kitchens gather a lot of grease during

4 Tips For Having Your Home's Wood Floors Refinished
25 May 2017

Hardwood floors are beautiful and timeless, and ma

Three Reasons To Install Ceramic Tiles

When it comes to residential floors, ceramic tiles are a great choice. They are becoming more and more common on floors for a number of reasons. Most importantly, they are extremely affordable and strong. On top of that, they are becoming more stylish, with an ever-expanding range of colors and styles becoming available. This article explains three reasons why homeowners will love having ceramic tile floors. Ceramic Flooring Tiles are Affordable Read More 

Carpet Installation Over A Floating Floor: Why This Doesn’t Work And How To Fix It

A floating floor is a wood or laminate floor that is neither glued nor nailed down. The floor relies on the pressure of interlocking dovetails and human weight to remain in place. Now, if you have decided that you want to install carpet, you may be surprised to learn that it will cost you extra for carpet installation service when you already have a floating wood floor. Simply put, carpet over a floating floor does not work. Read More 

What To Expect When Your Hardwood Floors Are Refinished

If your hardwood floors have lost their shine and sheen, they may need to be refinished. Refinishing your hardwood floors is a process that often takes a few days and sometimes up to a week to complete, depending on how much hardwood flooring you have as well as well as how extensive the damage is to your floors: #1 Furniture Will Need To Be Moved In all the rooms where the floors are being refinished, the furniture will need to be moved. Read More 

Why Kitchen Floor Drains Need to be Carefully Kept Grease-Free

Commercial kitchens gather a lot of grease during a day. A good floor drain can help get rid of a lot of this spilled grease, but it can also get clogged up and cause serious problems. Any kitchen owner with one of these drains need to know how to keep them free from solid grease residue. Floor Drains Are Useful In Restaurants Restaurant owners may not realize how useful good floor drains can be for their kitchen. Read More 

4 Tips For Having Your Home’s Wood Floors Refinished

Hardwood floors are beautiful and timeless, and many homeowners think that they are worth the investment. But over time, wood floors can lose their luster and begin to show scratches. Luckily, older wood floors do not necessarily need to be replaced. In many cases, hardwood flooring can be refinished and brought back to its former beauty. If you want to have your wood floors refinished, use the following tips: Make Sure Your Wood Floors Can Be Refinished Read More