Questions You Might Have About Residential Timber Flooring

If you're thinking of getting timber flooring for your home, you need to ensure you take time with an installer to get all your questions answered properly, before even shopping for a wood variety or species. Note a few of those questions you might have here, so you can more quickly narrow down your options of timber, and know what to buy and how much, so your home's floors look their best after the installation job is finished. [Read More]

Mistakes to Avoid When Building Your Own Deck

It's not typically recommended that a homeowner build their own deck, as this job is often more complicated and difficult than many homeowners realise, and you can easily wind up with a deck that sags or even shifts out of place. A professional deck builder has the tools and know-how needed to ensure a deck is level and secure and will know how to properly seal the wood once the deck is built to reduce the risk of mould and mildew forming. [Read More]

Why You Should Avoid Trying to Install Home Flooring Yourself

New home flooring can be an expensive investment, but you want to avoid thinking you can trim this cost by installing your chosen flooring material yourself. While there are some simple peel-and-stick tiles that might be a DIY installation job, installing carpeting, tile that needs added adhesive, or timber floor slats is often more complicated than you might realize. Note why that is, and why it's good to leave flooring installation to the professionals for each of these materials. [Read More]

Tiling Materials that are Commonly used in Flooring

Tiles are a convenient, durable and cost-effective option for the home. They can be used in multiple areas of the interior space, from the bathroom to the living room and kitchen. Tiles are flexible enough to be designed into many different looks. They can mirror glass, marble, pebble and wood. Here are the main types of tiling materials that can be used for the home.  Glass Glass tiles are typically used as glass mosaic tiles for areas such as walls and floors. [Read More]