Distinct Pros and Little-Known Cons of Blackbutt Timber Flooring

Posted on: 20 April 2017
Blackbutt is a timber species that is native to Australia, particularly along the coasts of NSW and Queensland. This wood species is readily available. Thus, it has been a staple in the construction industry. Over the years, though, this wood species has steadily been making an appearance in residential and commercial properties as flooring and decking. Despite its name, the colour of blackbutt timber ranges from light hues of brown to golden yellow.
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Here's Why You Should Invest in Engineered Hardwood Flooring

Posted on: 19 April 2017
There are many reasons people prefer timber flooring. Besides being durable, the natural look of timber flooring enhances the overall aesthetic appeal of your home. The flooring itself comes in a myriad of options to choose from. Engineered wood flooring is among one of the most sought after timber flooring solutions by homeowners. Unlike solid hardwood that is used on flooring straight out of the trees, engineered hardwood goes through a different process.
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4 Reasons to Use Carpeting in Your Attic Conversion Instead of Laminate Wood

Posted on: 18 April 2017
When you're converting your attic, there are plenty of things that you need to think about. However, many people forget to consider all the types of flooring that are available, instead opting for laminate flooring without thinking about the alternatives. It's a somewhat understandable decision; most attic rooms make use of laminate flooring, and it's not like laminate performs the role poorly. That said, you'll actually find that carpeting is far more advantageous, and here are just four reasons why.
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Techniques You Could Consider To Remedy Uneven Flooring

Posted on: 14 April 2017
Having to contend with an uneven floor is common when replacing or installing new flooring. To ensure that your new structural hardwood floor is flawless, you would have to make sure that the subflooring is smooth and even. If you are embarking on a DIY flooring project, the following are some of the techniques you could consider to remedy uneven flooring. The use of a levelling compound One of the easiest ways to fix uneven subflooring would be by applying a levelling compound.
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