5 Benefits of Floor Sanding and Refinishing

Floor sanding is a process that strips away the top surface of a floor, leaving it ready for refinishing. It is a more intensive process than simple floor polishing and can have great benefits for your floor over both the long and the short term. Here are five reasons to invest in floor sanding and refinishing. 1. Floor Sanding Prevents Damage Wooden floors are beautiful, but they are also vulnerable to damage.   Read More...

What Is Engineered Flooring?

If you are selecting a new flooring system for your home or business premises, then there are plenty of options available to you. For example, there are traditional flooring options such as carpets, carpet tiles and rugs which offer certain advantages, not least the warmth they provide. That said, hard flooring surfaces, such as porcelain tiles, wood and laminates, are often much more hard wearing and easier to clean. Among the harder floor types you might come across is engineered flooring.   Read More...

Top Precautions to Consider when Laying Vinyl Floor Tiles

Most people find floor renovation to be quite an expensive undertaking. However, if approached the right way, floor renovation doesn't have to cost you an arm and a leg. Nonetheless, with so many flooring materials available for homeowners, it can be confusing to settle on one. That is why most homeowners prefer vinyl floor tiles to other options due to the ease of installation. That said, you need to take precautions if you wish to install vinyl floor tiles the right way.   Read More...

Is It Time You Refinished Your Timber Floors?

Knowing when to refinish your timber flooring can be quite tricky. You don't want to do it too often, but refinishing before you're down to bare wood means that you won't need to sand the area to get it back to its former glory. Here are signs that it's time to refinish your timber flooring. Uneven wear Parts of your flooring will take more of a daily pounding than others. High-traffic areas that receive plenty of footfall are going to lose their finish far faster; you'll begin to see this when lighter patches emerge across such areas, often forming paths into and out of rooms.   Read More...

2 Reasons to Install Floating Floors in Your Holiday Home

As Australian summertime approaches, it's time to start thinking about getting around to those holiday home renovations you've been planning. When it comes to getting your property remodelled quickly, few better flooring options floating wood floorboards. Floating floors use an installation method where the floorboards attach to each other rather than to the substrate, and it offers many benefits over traditionally nailed-down wood. Here are two reasons to use floating floors in your holiday home.   Read More...