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Top Benefits of Blackbutt Timber Flooring for Your Home

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It is not difficult to improve and enhance the appearance of your home if you choose the best flooring option. When deciding the kind of flooring to use, you need to choose the one that will last longer and even save you valuable time and money. Blackbutt Timber flooring is one of the best options. This type of flooring is increasingly becoming popular due to its long-lasting features and beautiful looks.…

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4 Thing You Need to Look For When Picking Out Carpeting for Seniors

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Carpeting retains warmth well and provides ample cushioning, so it’s usually seen as a great flooring choice for seniors. Of course, there are always a few ways you can improve its practicality and comfort for older people. Here are just four ways to do so. 1. Use Padding Though carpeting is already softer and better able to retain heat than many other flooring choices, such as tile or laminate, you can double down on those advantages by choosing padded carpets.…

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Should You Finish Your Pine Floorboards With Polyurethane Or Hard Wax Oil?

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When you decide to have your pine floorboards stripped back, you’ll also have to decide on a finish to protect the wood. Pine is a soft wood, so in order for your flooring to last several years, you’ll need a finish that’s suitable for the amount and type of foot traffic the floor is exposed to. You’ll want the flooring in high-traffic areas of your home to be easy to maintain and able to cope with spills and wet shoes.…

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Crimes Against Flooring? 2 Removable Options For Covering Up Horrible Flooring In Your Rental Property

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The rental market in Australia is a competitive one, especially if you’re looking for an affordable property in a major urban area. Unfortunately, this often means that you have to live in a property that has less than attractive flooring. Ugly and stained carpets, dated and garish tiles and lurid linoleum straight out of the ‘70s are all crimes against flooring which you may encounter in one or all of your rental property’s rooms.…

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Restoring Wooden Floors in Your Church

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Many churches are valued for their historic status, and restoration can help to give a new lease of life to churches that have been neglected over the years. Flooring is one area that’s commonly in need of some attention. With so many people passing in and out, it’s no surprise that wooden floors inside your church might start to lose their original appearance. Luckily, wooden floors are fairly easy to restore to their former glory through sanding and polishing.…

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Timber Floor Restoration: How to Choose the Right Floor Finish

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Timber floors are ideal for giving your home a rustic, country look. However, stains, spills, and age can cause timber floors to dull and lose their aesthetic value. Restoring your floors by sanding and refinishing can help give them that fresh and beautiful look as if they were new. One of the important aspects of restoring your timber floors is choosing the ideal finish from the wide range on the market.…

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A Guide To Transforming Old Wooden Flooring

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Tatty old wooden floorboards can be transformed into a thing of beauty by carrying out a simple project over a couple of days.  You’ll need a few basic building materials and tools that you can obtain from a good DIY store or local supplier, together with some basic DIY experience. Here’s how to transform your old, wooden floor. What you’ll need power saw drill and wood screws nail punch tape hammer wood filler and filler knife floor sander and edge sander (available from tool hire shops) chisel white spirit face mask finishing oil How to do it…

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Four Ideas to Warm or Insulate the Floor of Your Tiny Home

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If you want your tiny home to be as efficient as possible, you want it to be as insulated and warm as possible. While many people remember to insulate the walls and the roof, they forget to insulate or heat the floor. Want a tiny house that’s relatively impervious to the hot and cold? Then, check out these ideas for insulating your floor: 1. Insulating layer As you build your tiny home, crawl underneath it, and apply some insulation below the floor joists.…

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Five Fun Ideas for Installing Carpet Tiles in Your Kids' Playroom

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Carpet tiles are gaining popularity because they are easy to install and an interesting alternative to the traditional roll of carpet, but they can also be super fun. That’s what makes them great for kids’ bedrooms and playrooms in particular. Looking for ideas? Here are five fun carpet tile ideas to consider for your kids’ playroom: 1. Create a multi-coloured design. With carpet tiles, you can choose your kids favourite colours or even every colour in the rainbow, and you can create a custom multi-coloured design for their floor.…

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Five Types of Flooring For A Magnificent Home

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The type of floor in a home has a very heavy impact on its’ value. The following are some floor types and rooms in a home that each type is best suitable. Laminate flooring Laminates come in different types. They could either come as planks or tiles. They can resemble real wood but they are not. Basically, the top most layer is a coating made of plastic that is applied above a photograph.…

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