Understanding Subflooring And The Options Available To You

If you have a damaged floor in your home that you want to replace, then hardwood flooring is a great option. However, if the floor is in poor shape, then the subfloor also may need to be removed. Subflooring materials absolutely should be replaced. Keep reading to understand what the subfloor is, what it does, and what kind of options you have. What Is The Subfloor? Simply put, the subfloor is the bottom layer of flooring that the pieces of the hardwood material will sit upon. Read More 

Common Commercial Floor Drain Problems And How To Fix Them

If you recently acquired a restaurant and tavern and you have a commercial floor drain located in your kitchen area, it is likely you will want it to work properly in removing excess moisture from this area of your establishment. There are a few common mishaps that can occur within your drainage area. Here are some of these problems, so you can be on the lookout for them, and some remedies in getting your drainage back into a workable state. Read More 

4 Things To Know About Hardwood Floors

Are you thinking about passing up on purchasing a house because it has damaged hardwood floors? If the condition of the floors is the only concern that you have, it might be a good idea to go ahead and purchase the house. The great thing about hardwood floors is that they can usually be repaired without having to be replaced. A professional can actually repair the floors on your behalf to get the job done in a timely manner. Read More 

Things You Should Do To Prepare For Your New Carpet

You've made the exciting choice of having new carpet laid down in your home. However even though you have professional carpet installers doing the work, there's still a lot of things you need to do before the carpet can finally be laid. Much of this work can be done by yourself. Here are some things you should do to prepare for your fresh, new carpeting and make it easy on the installers. Read More 

Comparing Laminate And Engineered Wood Flooring

Laminate and engineered wood flooring are two of the most common types of flooring solutions that attempt to mimic the appearance of traditional hardwood floors. However, they are materially distinct both from hardwood and each other, which confers a unique set of advantages to each type of flooring solution. Understanding what both laminate and engineered wood flooring can offer your home can help you choose the best flooring option for your needs. Read More