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Hardwood Floor Cleaning Advice

02nd May 2013
Excellent treatment should be used when vacuum-cleaning hardwood floor. This is especially true if you're not using one that's developed specifically for hard wood flooring. A new vacuum sweeper is an alternative you should consider. These kinds of sweep... Read >
Author: Dirk Medill

wood floor, bamboo floor, hardwood floor, lantai kayu, lantai bambu

05th October 2011
In this case, you can be sure that setting up wooden will be the right expense for your demands because it will enable you to save additional dollars.The subsequent reason to install hardwood ground is to appear fantastic. In this scenario, you can ensure... Read >
Author: ScottieBerger

Acacia flooring

20th June 2011
Acacia flooring is an often used to make fine furniture and floors. Due to its thin grain and varied coloring, furniture crafted from acacia wood lends a warm, attractive appearance to your home. Like most hardwood furniture, acacia furniture requires a b... Read >
Author: roserobert

Ottawa Canada Hardwood Floors

01st April 2011
Living in the capital city of Ottawa Canada will provide years of entertainment and business opportunities. If you love your home but hate your flooring, replacing the current floor with a brand new wood floor in Ottawa Canada will make your dream a reali... Read >
Author: Frankf

Size Guidelines for Selecting Area Rugs

17th January 2011
Size Guidelines for Selecting Area Rugs An area rug is often the defining feature of a room and, with this in mind, should be selected with care. The rug you choose will set the tone for the overall feel of the space and will be the factor that ties in... Read >
Author: Charlie Dima

Hardwood Spline - What You Need to Know

28th June 2010
If you're laying a hardwood floor anywhere within your home, then you'll likely need some hardwood spline. A spline is the slither of wood that connects two pieces of hardwood floor, where they join and change direction. For example, where two hardwood fl... Read >
Author: Joe Pahl

Designing an Old Fashioned Study – Something to do With That Spare Room

02nd March 2010
Owning your own home is a great feeling as finally you will have your own space with which you can do anything you want. While renting gives you the privacy, you can never really personalise the land in the same way. That's why it's a shame that often whe... Read >
Author: Dorie Masterstefone

Techniques You Can Apply To Repair Wood Water Damage

06th October 2009
Wood water damage is a major problem faced by everyone who has a house with a lot of wooden fixtures, or furnishings. If you want to maintain the beauty and style of wooden interiors and exteriors, then you will have to take extra precautions against infi... Read >
Author: Klik Sail

How Bamboo Floors Rate Against Other Flooring Types

21st July 2009
Bamboo floor care and maintenance as well as characteristics are much comparable to hardwood flooring. But, take note. These two are different from each other. So everything may not equally apply to both or to other flooring materials as well. To show you... Read >
Author: geifloor

Prefinished versus unfinished hardwood floors

06th July 2008
Deciding between prefinished versus unfinished hardwood floors can be difficult. You need to consider the pros and cons of each before making a decision. Unfinished hardwood flooring is delivered raw then sanded, stained and finished on site. It is av... Read >
Author: Adele Joy

Sealing Hardwood Flooring- Do's and Don'ts For New Floors

17th May 2006
After you've installed your new hardwood floor, you'll no doubt be wondering how to protect it and keep it new looking. Should you apply a sealant? Should you wax it, leave it alone or what? Here are some tips on what to do. Did you have pre-finished ... Read >
Author: Lynne Doxley
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