Do you need new flooring? Perhaps you're in a position to upgrade your kitchen's out-dated linoleum floor with a nice stone floor. Or perhaps you'd like to add some warmth and insulation to your home'sbasement with new carpet. Regardless of what type of flooring you are interested in we have got you covered. We have information about different types of flooring material, do-it-yourself resources for individuals that want to install it themselves and an extensive directory of local flooring businesses.
Mother Earth Living has some great ideas for your next DIY flooring project.
Today, it's easier than ever to find eco-friendly, unique flooring options. From FSC-certified hardwoods and bamboo to natural linoleum, cork and recycled-content tiles, a wide range of light-on-the-earth materials is available to cover the ground beneath your feet. But for those of us who are looking for something out of the ordinary or hoping to cut costs, the eco-friendly options might still leave us searching for options outside the box.
Check out this informative article on basement flooring techniques and ideas.
In the best of times, basement flooring experiences some degree of residual moisture due to its close proximity to the ground. In the worst of times, basement flooring experiences flooding, the up-to-your-ankles-or-worse type of flooring that we all fear and which keeps the insurance companies in business. So your primary thought with basement flooring is always moisture: how to avoid it and how to wring the flooring dry in the event you cannot avoid it.
Everyone likes their home to have unique features. This article provides some cool flooring ideas.
Adirondack Style Kitchen - Emulate an Adirondack lodge by bringing in elements such as the wide-beamed walls and hardwood floors here. For further effect, the wood has been stained and polished a golden color that brings both warmth and vitality.