Repairing Problems Your Dairy Brick Floors May Suffer

Dairy brick flooring is an extremely durable style of flooring that will often be installed in workshops or other areas that need a very strong style of flooring. At some point, the dairy brick may suffer some damage that will need to be repaired to protect the appearance of the flooring along with its overall durability.   Stains On The Surface Of The Brick Or Grout The diary brick floors in workshops and other busy areas can be far more likely to develop stains over the years. [Read More]

4 Reasons To Schedule Commercial Floor Cleaning At Your Business

When was the last time you had the floors at your business professionally cleaned? If it's been a while or you've never had them professionally cleaned now is the time to schedule a floor cleaning service. In fact, there are a number of benefits your business will enjoy from a commercial floor cleaning any time of year. 1. Make a Positive First Impression No matter what type of business you run, your clients expect a clean environment when they first step inside your commercial building. [Read More]

How Your Type of Home Affects Your Flooring Choices

Looking to add hardwood flooring to your home, but not sure about which type you should get? If so, it will help to know your residential hardwood flooring options. Read on to learn how foot traffic levels can influence your material choices.  Homes With Low Traffic If you have a home with relatively low traffic, such as one or two people living in it, you can go with practically any type of flooring material that you want. [Read More]

Three Benefits Of Cut Pile Carpet

When you shop for new carpet, you'll be aware of several terms that you perhaps haven't previously heard. It's important to talk to an experienced salesperson so that you understand each of these terms, as this can help you to decide which type of carpet to buy. One term that you'll almost certainly hear is cut pile, which is a popular type of carpet. This type of carpet flooring gets its name from how the carpet fibers are cut, rather than looped. [Read More]