The Floor Beneath You


Need to Buy Carpet for Your Home? 3 Tricks for Getting It Right

Buying carpet for your home is something you may only have to do once or twice in your lifetime. However, as buying carpet is a new process for most buyers, there are some tricks you need to know to navigate the carpet buying process smoothly. Trick #1: Don't Get Stuck on Weight Carpet has a different weight to it, and each carpet you look at will be assigned a differ

Signs That Indicate Your Deck Needs Repair

To keep your deck operational, secure, and good-looking, frequent repair, care, and scrutiny are essential. A deck is a wellspring of delight and pride. Therefore, check issues such as rot, unfastened nails, wood damage, and other wear. Check the Wood Wood requires frequent maintenance. It comprises wiping, sanding, smoothening, or painting. Here are the steps to foll

4 Reasons To Carpet Your Bedroom Floor

When it comes down to it, flooring is really a matter of preference. Some people love a good hardwood and refuse to consider any other option anywhere in their home. Other people enjoy stone tile and will use any excuse to use it anywhere. However, if you are a little more open and not so sure which flooring option is best for your bedroom, then you should give carpet

A Few Facts About Dairy Brick

Have you ever been in a food processing facility, commercial bakery, dairy, or brewery and noticed that you were walking on a floor composed of bright red brick? It's not just a food-industry fad. In fact, it's a special type of brick known by a few names: dairy brick, dairy tile, acid brick, or acid-resistant brick. It has special properties that make it ideal as a f

Should I Use An Adhesive For My Luxury Vinyl Plank (LVP) Flooring Project?

Luxury Vinyl Plank (LVP) flooring has become popular for its great looks, durability, and ease of installation.  Installing an LVP floor can be tackled by a DIY enthusiast in a weekend with the right tools and preparation.  LVP consists of planks that are laid down over a subfloor and that typically interlock with one another to create a smooth surface.&nbsp