Bamboo Flooring For Home and Offices

Bamboo flooring is a sort of flooring that is manufactured from the bamboo plant. Lately, bamboo flooring has become a serious interior design ‘must have’ trend. Bamboo is a smart, eye-catching and eco-friendly option for flooring in homes and offices because of its physical resemblance to hardwoods.

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Why Use Polished Concrete

Concrete floor polishing is now a growing trend in green home design and as a green building practice. This is because of its versatility, practicality, and affordability, aside from having a stunning flooring option at half the cost.

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Synthetic Alternative to Wood Flooring

The Laminate flooring surface is a hard as nails film, normally made of aluminum oxide. Right underneath the surface film is a photographic image or decor paper, to give the flooring the look of a natural wood floor. The core of laminate flooring is made of various materials, most often high density fiberboard, or wood particle board. The final layer of laminate flooring is the backing, made of various materials. Backings made of laminate material are superior as far as water or moisture damage is concerned. Laminate flooring may be installed over any kind of sub floor, as it is not directly attached to the sub floor, but is a “floating” floor. Many laminate flooring manufacturers use a “click system” on the tongue and groove joints, so you can just fit the joints together and you are ready to go. Other manufacturers require you to glue the pieces of flooring together, but in either case, you do not need to nail the floor to the sub floor. If you are laying the laminate flooring directly over a concrete sub floor, you’ll need to lay down a damp proof membrane, a.k.a. DPM, before laying the flooring. This is to keep moisture from seeping up through the floor into the laminate flooring. Moreover, laminate flooring has quite a few benefits such as affordability, attractive looks, ease of installation, low maintenance, and...

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