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Do timber floors add value to my property?

Do timber floors add value to my property?

Yes, timber floors can add value to your property. According to real estate experts, installing hardwood floors can have a return on investment (ROI) of 70–80% and increase the sales price of your home by up to 2.5%. Wood floors are durable and versatile, and most...

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Light or dark Timber Floor Which is Better?

Light or dark Timber Floor Which is Better?

While dark wood floors are great for creating a natural look, light wood floors are better at hiding dirt. Lighter floors are less likely to show scratches and require less cleaning. Darker floors are less susceptible to fading and show the grain of the wood better....

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How to Clean Floating Floorboards

How to Clean Floating Floorboards

Floating floors are natural products that may experience inevitable damage over time, such as scratches and dents in high-traffic areas or beneath furniture. A floating floor is a type of flooring installation where floorboards or tiles are not directly attached to...

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How to Stain Timber Flooring

How to Stain Timber Flooring

 Staining adds color, protection, and personality to your timber floors. Unlike painting or sealing wood floors, stain soaks into the grain to accentuate the natural patterns and character of the wood. The staining process enhances the depth, varies the tone, and...

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How to replace interlocking wood flooring.

How to replace interlocking wood flooring.

Let us imagine that you have just completed a significant remodeling or moved into a new property. It happens while you're arranging your furniture—that depressing sound and dreary sensation. One of your interlocking wood flooring planks has been accidentally damaged....

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