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  • 7). Evaluating Laminate Floors  By : Rusell Huth
    Since the introduction of laminate flooring into the US in 1982, the sector has experienced growth of up to 20% per annum at the expense of other floor types, making laminate the fastest growing floor type in the country. The appeal lies not only in its aesthetic value of its representation of real hardwood, but also due to its incredible durability and ease of maintenance.
    Article Related to: interior decorating, flooring, hardwood flooring, floors, home improvement

  • 13). Laminate Flooring is easy to install  By : john
    Most people who buy laminate flooring do so because they want hard flooring, but can’t afford wood. But how does laminate flooring compare to wood? Is it a good alternative, or a case of ‘you get what you pay for’? Well, that depends on what’s important to you. The biggest advantage of laminate flooring, apart from its attractive price point, is that it is so easy to install: you can do it yourself, quite easily, which is far from the case with wood flooring.
    Article Related to: laminate, flooring, wood

  • 14). Repairing Loose Carpet  By : James C
    When carpeting is installed in a home, it is stretched over your floor onto tack strips which secure it on the sides. Over time with general use and age your carpet will actually stretch out. This will often show itself as wrinkles and loose spots in your carpeting. So how do you repair these wrinkles, is there a way? Yes, to get rid of these unsightly wrinkles, you need to have your rugs professionally stretched.
    Article Related to: flooring, floors, carpeting, area rugs, carpet, stretching, stretcher, repair, home improvement

  • 19). Carpeting Issues - Traffic Lane Gray  By : James C
    The carpet in your home is subject to a lot of abuse. Because of that abuse and because of the characteristics of carpet it can develop a number of problems. One of those problems is Traffic Lane Gray. Traffic Lane Gray is a condition where the traffic lanes in a home start to look darker than the rest of the carpet. It is different from regular soiling because the darkness is not caused by soil but by scratched carpet fibers that no longer reflect as much light as the rest of the carpeting.
    Article Related to: carpet, flooring, floors, home improvement, carpeting, rugs, cleaning, decorating, area rug

  • 20). Laminate flooring can be a winner  By : john
    Like all materials, laminate flooring is by no means the answer in every situation. There are some things; however that it is really very well suited for, to the point that it is without a doubt the best material to use. This article will point out what some of those situations are, and why laminate flooring is such a winner for them. Firstly, one of the best things about laminate flooring is how hard-wearing it is – it can be walked on by loads of people every day for years, and yet it will just keep on lasting.
    Article Related to: laminate, flooring, wood

  • 22). Carpeting Issues - Soot Lines  By : James C
    Your homes carpets deal with abuse on a daily basis. They have damaging foot traffic, spills, pets and a host of other factors to deal with. One factor that is overlooked is the damage that can be caused by candles. It may sound strange but candles can do a great deal of damage to your carpeting. When you think about candle damage to carpet you probably think about a candle tipping over and burning the carpet or spilling wax on it.
    Article Related to: carpet, flooring, floors, home improvement, carpeting, rugs, cleaning, decorating, area rug

  • 25). Benefits of Cork Flooring  By : freeflooring
    Cork flooring offers several outstanding benefits to homeowner looking for something new and exciting in their home. The durability of cork flooring is appealing to most homeowners. High heels and furniture can do no damage! Cork flooring tiles are typically protected with a durable environmentally friendly urethane containing no formaldehyde. When cork is subjected to pressure, the gas in the cells is compressed and volume reduces considerably.
    Article Related to: flooring, cork flooring. home improvement, interior design


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