Installing Hardwood Flooring
Part of installing new hardwood floors is assessing the surroundings of where you plan to put it. Although you rarely see them, your home features a level called the subfloor. It helps provide stability between your home’s foundations and the floors that you walk on all day long.
As beautiful as durable as your new hardwood floor is, there are some places where you should avoid installing it. Which rooms are these, and what is the deal with hardwood floors in the kitchen? We’ll answer these questions and more. Read on to find out more!
It should come as no surprise that some rooms in your home are better-suited for hardwood flooring than others. That means one pressing question should be on your mind: “where should I install hardwood floors in my home?” This query should be the one that guides you through the entire process from beginning to end. … Continue reading
Choosing to install new hardwood floors during the summer is much easier than you might think. There are many advantages to installing hardwood floors even though you might feel paranoid that you have to be around to supervise everything. Consider some of these benefits when convenience is one of the factors that is on your … Continue reading
One of the most exciting parts of remodeling or renovating your home is choosing a different floor. Each floor can have a different type of floor, and even different rooms can. For instance, while a hardwood floor would look good in your dining room or as a way to make a private study look more … Continue reading
Whether you’re remodeling your whole home or simply updating one room, replacing the flooring is often one of the biggest projects you’re going to take on. Many people choose to take on their new floors as a DIY project, but this is often one job best left to the professionals. If you’ve decided to have … Continue reading
If you’re planning on renovating or remodeling different parts of your home, you might be wondering what to do with your basement. For instance, you could have a tile or laminate floor that you’re unhappy with because of how slippery it is. That’s why you’ve experimented with rugs and carpeting, but you found that wasn’t … Continue reading
If you are looking to close the sale of your home after the holidays, then installing new hardwood floors may seem silly at first. However, doing this can help boost the resale value of your home, which is something you’ll be thankful for one the whole process is over and done with. Let’s see why … Continue reading
If you want to install a new set of hardwood floors this fall, you need to know how to run them. Not sure what that means? In that case, you’re in the right place. Here are some suggestions for how to run your newly-installed hardwood flooring.
Right now your home could be furnished with carpeted floors. Although this is great on bare feet, it shouldn’t mean that you stay away from hardwood floors. Take a minute to inspect the subfloors underneath the carpet: are they made of hardwood or concrete? Here is why you should install hardwood flooring throughout your home.