For any non-flooring expert, hardwood floors are one in the same. But when you take a closer look after your decision to renovate, the sheer number of options can be staggering. Here’s a simple guide to your (very worthwhile) decision to installing naturally beautiful hardwood floors.
You’re finally doing it. After a little deliberation among your family and a whole lot of money saving, you’ve decided to remodel your kitchen and give it the facelift it deserves. As you navigate this exciting (and sometimes stressful) process, avoid these mistakes to save you time, headaches, and a lot of cash.
Natural light always makes a home look larger and more inviting. However, the more light you allow in your home, the more the risk of overexposure to the sun. Solar gain, heat loss and UV infiltration will always be issues when you have natural light coming through your windows. Low-e windows help solve those issues.
In the not-so-distant past, there were only a few options of materials when it came to decking, and most of them were simply different varieties of wood. Recently, there has been an explosion of different decking products, including composite lumber, plastic decking and hardwood imports.
No matter what stage you are in the construction of your deck, it helps to know your options. There are 5 basic types, each with their own price range, look and upkeep. Here we take an in-depth look at each: