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Bringing Old Flooring Back to Life

On this blog, our passion is old flooring. We love nothing more than seeing an old floor restored so it looks as good as new. We aren't experts when it comes to this subject but we have been watching hours and hours of YouTube videos and reading tonnes of articles. We have even tried out some of the methods and we have had some great results. We will be looking at how to restore timber flooring, how to remove stains from carpets, and how to work with damaged paving stones. We hope you enjoy reading the articles you find here. Thank you.

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Top Tips for Successful Timber Floor Polishing
11 September 2020

Timber floors have become a mainstay in modern hom

Understanding Floor and Wall Tiles
17 July 2020

If you want to install tiles for your commercial o

Are carpeted floors the right choice for your home?
11 March 2020

Carpeting is one of the most common ways of coveri

Important Things You Should Consider When Installing Engineered Flooring
30 January 2020

When looking for timber flooring, you may come acr

Answers To A Couple Of Questions You May Have Regarding Epoxy Coatings
25 January 2020

If your garage is a multifunctional space, it is l

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Top Tips for Successful Timber Floor Polishing

Timber floors have become a mainstay in modern homes for so many reasons. Besides being durable and energy-efficient, timber floors offer excellent insulation and have a beautiful natural look. However, as tough as wood might be, it gets a beating from high heels, pet claws, children's toys, and dragging furniture. Over time, scratches begin to show and give timber floors a shabby look. The best way to restore a timber floor's sheen is to polish it. Read More 

Understanding Floor and Wall Tiles

If you want to install tiles for your commercial or residential space, there are essential things you should be aware of; they mainly differentiate floor tiles from wall tiles. The first thing to note is that you can use floor tiles on your walls, but you cannot use wall tiles for your floor. Secondly, the two most common materials used for tiles are ceramic and porcelain; you can also come across glass, natural stone (granite and marble) and metal. Read More 

Are carpeted floors the right choice for your home?

Carpeting is one of the most common ways of covering a floor, but is it the right solution for your room? Here are some of the pros and cons of using carpeting. The pros Firstly, carpeting provides a feeling of warmth to a room. They provide good insulation to the floor — other types of flooring can leave your feet feeling cold, even if you aren't barefoot. This is especially important in winter when a room without carpeting can feel cold and unhomely. Read More 

Important Things You Should Consider When Installing Engineered Flooring

When looking for timber flooring, you may come across two options: engineered flooring and solid hardwood flooring. Both these floors are great, but you might have some limitations with solid hardwood flooring. Though it is more durable, you may find that some of its properties do not allow it to be installed in all kinds of rooms, especially its moisture-resistant properties. It would take extensive and expensive measures and maintenance to completely protect it from moisture. Read More 

Answers To A Couple Of Questions You May Have Regarding Epoxy Coatings

If your garage is a multifunctional space, it is likely that this room, more so its floor, has taken a beating over the years. Whether you use the garage to host your friends or simply use it to shelter of your vehicle, the flooring may have succumbed to damages from scuff marks, fluid spills, the weight of your car and even tyre tracks! After a while, the concrete will not only look worse for wear, but its integrity will be compromised too. Read More