How to Get Beautifully Painted Floors

Most homeowners who are thinking of a way to improve the appearance of their homes often neglect to see the floor that they are standing on. Many will focus on the walls, the ceiling, or even household fixtures. Looking down, the floor can be a very fascinating canvas to work your creativity and give your home a much-needed facelift. Here’s how to get really beautifully painted floors for your home.

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Restoring Your Floors: Laminate, Hardwood and Deck Flooring

Guest post contributed by Bernard Fisher

Whether you’re looking to restore the floors in your home ready for selling, or just want to revive your old floors to give them a new lease of life, giving your floors some much-needed love will certainly be worth the effort! Has your laminate, hardwood or deck flooring suffered from general wear and tear over the years? Does your flooring require repairing, cleaning or polishing? This article, written by Bernard Fisher at 4Everdeck, will help to guide you through the process of bringing your flooring back to the standard it deserves.
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All You Need to Know About Exposed Concrete Floors

Guest post contributed by Amelie Lawrence

Concrete exposed surface is suitable for all sorts of floors, from domestic to commercial applications. It can tolerate heavy traffic, so it is commonly used for driveways, warehouses and walkways. The appearance of exposed concrete floor depends on the installation method and the materials used. It has a wide range of color, design, and texture variations. Concrete is exposed because of its number of benefits. Exposed concrete is especially ideal for flat surfaces. The topmost portion of the concrete surface is usually unformed, while the lower portion of the concrete surface is molded. To achieve the required texture on the external unformed portion some post-finishing methods are used such as brushing, usage of chemical retarders, etc. But the internal concrete requires polishing to expose aggregate.
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