Whether your carpet is new or old, you want it to last as long as possible. However, if a terrible odor sets in, you could be forced to shell out some big bucks for carpet replacement. Years of experience have helped Triangle Carpet Specialists come up with some great, green cleaning tips that just might help you salvage your flooring!
Welcome to part 2 of how to lay tile flooring. Part 1 discussed the materials necessary for proper installation. Now, Triangle Carpet Specialists provides the steps of the installation process!
Often, in an effort to reduce cost, a homeowner will attempt to complete a renovation project on their own. Many of these “do it yourself” projects can be completed with little hassle. For those with experience, installing a tile floor can be a simple process. However, taking on such an extensive project is not for the faint of heart. We have outlined the tools, materials, and steps required in the tile flooring process.
Since the first wood floors were installed in homes hundreds of years ago, hardwoods have been a popular choice for homeowners. At Triangle Carpet Specialists, our expert flooring installers are always asked, “What is a popular wood floor that would look good in my home?” We have provided 3 current trends that will look great in almost any home!
Hosting a Halloween party this year? The basic essentials to hosting a great part include a great location, good drinks, plenty of food, great people, and a reason to celebrate. While Halloween parties can be all fun and games, they can sometimes leave your flooring in bad condition.
There are 3 basic types of floor finishes used to treat and protect wood flooring. Each has its own strength and weakness. Depending upon the nature of your flooring, the look you are going for and the budget you are working with, one option may be superior for you.