Ceramic & Porcelain

How to Clean Tile Floors

Tile flooring can be a great flooring choice for many different rooms of the house. It can be as traditional or modern as you choose to make it and it definitely adds a nice polish to the room. Whether it’s in the kitchen, the bathroom, or the patio, there are a few things you need to remember when caring for your tile flooring.

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The Safest Bathroom Flooring

There’s a lot that goes into choosing the perfect flooring for your bathroom. Along with price, appearance, water-resistance and ease of maintenance you should absolutely consider what the safest bathroom flooring option is. Having a non-slip surface is essential for creating a safe environment especially if there are older residents in the home.

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Boost Your Home Value With Flooring

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.

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What Flooring Works Best in a Laundry Room?

Like any other room in the home, the laundry room plays an integral part of daily family life. Whether this area is big enough to double as another room, or shares space in a hallway closet, having the right flooring installed underneath your washer and dryer machines will make a world of difference – in both looks and functionality.

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The Best Flooring For Your Entryway

The entryway to your home is a crucial space to furnish properly. Aside from the exterior appearance of your house, the entryway is often the first impression most guests will have of your home. For this reason, many homeowners want to find flooring, and accompanying décor, that is perfect for their home and their family. Ideally, the flooring you choose for your entryway or foyer should be a sound reflection of the styles you utilize throughout your home.

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