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Furniture Pads For Laminate Floors

Furniture Pads For Laminate Floors 0

It is a great feeling when you have your home, or even just one room renovated. Having a new laminate flooring installed can completely change the look of any place. It feels clean, fresh and spotless. For sure, you want to keep this new laminate flooring looking this way for a long time.
  • Tina Simala
Floor Protectors For Furniture

Floor Protectors For Furniture 0

There come times when you need to protect your flooring from furniture, dust, debris and other heavy objects. The need can be permanent, as in the case with furniture, or can be temporary when building or decoration is underway. In this post, we will go through the different options for each purpose.
  • Tina Simala
How To Move Heavy Furniture On Carpet

How To Move Heavy Furniture On Carpet 0

On carpet, it is even more difficult. The resistance can be much higher depending on the type of carpet or rug you have. The more luxurious the carpet is and with longer hair, the more difficult it is to push your furniture around. Lifting it even with two people’s help is not too wise an option.
  • Tina Simala
How to Stop Furniture From Sliding on Hardwood Floors

How to Stop Furniture From Sliding on Hardwood Floors 0

If you are asking this question, you are probably annoyed by furniture moving around. There are certain types of furniture, like chairs, that can slide on wooden flooring, and that’s ok. However, some items in your household should stay static.
  • Tina Simala
Which is Better: Wood Flooring or Carpet?

Which is Better: Wood Flooring or Carpet? 0

Shopping for carpets can be fun and exciting, but hardwood flooring is an excellent choice too! If you cannot make your mind up whether to go for the traditional carpet or for the more modern and clean look of a wood flooring, read on to see what you need to consider.
  • Tina Simala
How to Clean Engineered Wood Floor

How to Clean Engineered Wood Floor 0

Engineered wood floor is manufactured from fibres, particles or boards from fast-growing trees like birch or poplar. To make engineered wood flooring strong and durable, it is made in layers that are crisscrossed and glued together using heat and pressure. The high-quality engineered wood flooring is manufactured by using moisture and water-resistant glue.
  • Tina Simala