In 2017, technology largely brings to mind the newest smartphone model or the hottest app. What you might not realize is that technology is also being used to create better fibers for the carpet in your home! Gone are the days of heavy chemical use and …
It’s springtime, which means you may be looking to refresh your home along with spring-cleaning, redecorating, or maybe even some renovations. If you are considering new flooring for your home, Builder Magazine put together a short list of the most pop …
As any Flooring Professional knows, there is one culprit of floor damage that rings true in every household: your furniture. Whether it is on tile, hardwood, or even laminate flooring, furniture creates the quickest and most extreme damage to any floor …
When choosing which flooring option is going to be the best for you, it is important to think about what look you are going for. This “look” will include everything in the room, like lighting, furniture, décor, etc.
The basement of your home requires special attention when it comes to choosing what type of flooring is best. Basements are almost like a different climate than the rest of the house because they are underground.
Mold can drastically reduce home values and make selling your house extremely difficult. Here’s some important info on preventing carpet mold so you can avoid the costly hassle of removing it.
The choices you make in the care and cleaning of your carpet are just as important as the choices you make to select which product is right for you. Here at Flooring Professionals, we want to make sure you get the most life out of your new carpet without the worry of stains and dirt.
When you’re seeking out the best flooring options for senior citizens the two main factors you should consider are ease of maintenance and safety. Depending on the stage of life and physical restrictions of the resident, one factor may be more or less important to you than the other. Here we’ll review various flooring options that are a good fit for the elderly.
Tip #1: Different styles of carpet have different maintenance requirements. If you own pets or have young children, you might want to avoid shag carpet, as it is hard to clean. You may also want to avoid light colors that will quickly show dirt and stains. Read on for more tips when buying carpet!
Does the flooring in your home really impact your home’s value? The short answer is absolutely. In fact, according to one study 94% of real estate professionals will tell you to spend money on floors if you want to raise your home’s value. Some brokers report that spending $600 – $900 could bring in a return of $2,000. That being said there are a lot of smaller, less expensive, repairs you can do to bump your home value.