As much as we love our pets as one of the family, they can be messy and damage floors, so you need a flooring solution that is pet-friendly and practical, yet also stylish.
You need to ensure that the flooring type selected is scratch and stain resistant, and also easy for animals to walk on as some hard surfaces can be slippery underfoot.
Your bedroom should both look great and feel cosy as it is the place you spend the most time resting. Creating an aesthetically beautiful space can be expensive, however just changing the flooring can create impact without the need for a full redecoration.
Even if you have fitted laminate wood flooring in other rooms though, many people are intimidated by the prospect of installing it on stairs. But if you are a competent DIY enthusiast you should have no issues, and this is a guide to help you through the process.
There are so many laminate flooring accessories and ancillaries and you won’t need all of them, so here is a guide to hep you select your products.
If you are looking to replace the flooring in your home, you may be weighing up the options between carpet and laminate wood flooring and wanting to assess the differences between them. As with everything, there are pros and cons of both options and here we summarise them for you to help you decide which is the best solution for your specific needs.
Generally laminate flooring is easy to maintain, making it ideal for use in busy areas and homes with children and pets. However, it is important to keep laminate floors clean as dust and dirt particles could cause scratching of the surface over time. Here are a few tips for maintaining your laminate floor.