Resilient flooring has been a popular type of flooring for many years because it is very reliable and costs much less than a lot of other flooring options. The material that resilient flooring is made of allows for some give, but still makes for a sturdy and long-lasting floor.
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.
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.
Tim McAdoo addresses resilient flooring installation and how best to combat moisture issues including the use of VersaShield and VersaShield MBX. VersaShield. Tim also addresses the use of glue-down laminate floors. Bottom line, JJ Haines has solutions for your many installation issues.
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.
How durable is my flooring. This is a loaded question: “I’m looking for the most durable flooring for my home or business. What’s the most durable floor I can get?” I want something that will not scratch or dent.
The flooring you choose is one of the most important aspects of designing your home gym. Your decisions will ultimately depend on what type of exercises you plan on doing and what type of equipment you are going to set up in your workout room.
Home designs have taken a turn for the industrial with the emergence of stylish concrete flooring in many homes. We might imagine concrete flooring in a warehouse or garage, but it has also made an impression on modern homes that crave its sleek look and cool feel. Typically when concrete is featured in a home setting, it will be polished rather than rough and isn’t always the pale grey we imagine it to be.
2015 is coming and what is next for the Resilient Flooring World? An industry that endured very little change for many, many years, now changes every 6 months. Flooring Products are constantly changing, adhesives are changing, installation systems have been changing, and now we have a rapidly aging installer base and very few new installers to fill the void that keeps getting bigger and bigger.
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.