Looking to put your house on the market or simply want to improve your home design? There are a few steps widely accepted by housing experts that can increase the value of your home. Whether it’s repainting the living room or ensuring that your home design features the hardwood flooring house hunters go crazy for, here are a few tips you can consider.
Are you noticing your carpet changing colours along the edges of your room? Grey or black lines appearing along walls, under doors, around air vents, or along your stairs? Unfortunately, you are most likely experiencing filtration soiling.
Who doesn’t want the look of real hardwood flooring throughout their home? Unfortunately, hardwood is just not suited for all areas of one’s home. Being a natural product makes it more vulnerable to damage over other flooring options. Luckily, flooring has evolved greatly, even just over the past couple of years. We now have access to many extremely realistic wood-look flooring options that are neither solid or engineered hardwood and best of all are suited for any area of your home.
As a home owner interested in tile as a floor covering option, it is important to know the difference between porcelain and ceramic tile. Many of us use the terms interchangeably, however our salespeople would argue a world of difference between the two. To help you decide which tile is best suited for your application we have put together this list of differences between porcelain vs. ceramic.