Monday, 19 April 2021


Your wood flooring was delivered last week along with your installer is scheduled to come over tomorrow morning to put in your hardwood flooring. What seemed so instinctive in the shop today seems overwhelming with all the decision you must make on which direction to put in your hardwood flooring. After all, this might be a decision you'll need to live with for a long time. Fortunately, we're here in order to assist you in making the correct choice.

The way in which you put in hardwood flooring boards is dictated by various factors which we'll cover in this section. Factors such as visual aesthetics, structural integrity, and also the setup process should all be considered when installing your hardwood flooring.

Take into Account the Subfloor

The first factor we must consider is the subfloor and procedure of installation. If the subfloor is concrete, structural considerations for direction will have little influence on the performance of your flooring. But when we install together with the more conventional nail method over plywood, the management of the floor joist has to be taken into account. The general guideline would be to put in vertical to the floor joist, doing so will allow the flooring to keep its structural integrity in the event the joists sag. Exceptions can be created with the use of additional subfloor use to fortify the present subfloor.

The best way to show off those visually magnificent planks may not be quite as clear-cut. Interior designers frequently agree it's preferred to run your hardwood flooring straight in from the front entrance. This gives people a sense of openness flowing to your property. Hallways must aim to have boards running in exactly the same direction. Directional changes should be avoided to provide the flooring a continuous flow. However, these are best utilized to designate a particular area like a dining room or study. If it comes to aesthetics, these are just general guidelines as every home needs to have its own distinctive feel. An individual might even consider an angled installation to better match the design.

Just make sure you let your installer understand before they start. You may choose to consult the manufacturer of your flooring or your flooring store to be certain you're following their guidelines to keep the warranty intact. If you have special questions, let's know.


Wednesday, 19 July 2017

Your Home is Our Priority

Priority for us is to provide quality floor stripping services.If you have a renovation ideas for your home is good to start floor sanding procedure, this can change the complete vision of your home or office !Company rule with us is to provide a quality sanding services.When your house floors are well treated they are able to change the complete view of the area!
Sanding will transform every interior and do not forget that things look better when they are sitting on sparkling floorEvery place we go does not matter , to feel good and relaxed at your own is the important.! We have learned by the years is that flooring is very important for your home’s design improving. Our experts are the best in wooden floors business, and they will be working for your home’s modeling  and most of all for  you to feel fresh and happy looking how your house or apartment rooms shine again!

Wednesday, 21 December 2016

10 Things To Never Do To A Wood Floor

1.Do not use abrasives or harsh chemicals to clean your floor
2.Do not use hard casters on any furniture directly on your hardwood floor
3.Do not use steam mops on your hardwood floor
4.Do not pour cleaning product directly on floor
5.Do not wait too long between refinish projects
6.Do not wear high heel shoes on wood floors
7.Do not leave the legs of your furniture unprotected
8.Do not drag furniture or heavy appliances over your hardwood floors
9.Do not let your dog’s nails remain untrimmed
10.Do not allow any stains remain untreated !

Tuesday, 8 November 2016

Floor Sanding Crystal Palace

Top 5 softwoods

PINE-Pine is a softwood which grows in most areas of the Northern Hemisphere. There are more than 100 species worldwide.

ASH-There are 16 species of ash which grow in the eastern United States. Of these, the white ash is the largest and most commercially important.

HICKORY-There are 15 species of hickory in the eastern United States, eight of which are commercially important.

BEECH-The American beech is a single species which grows in the eastern half of the United States.

BIRCH-There are many species of birch. The yellow birch is the most commercially important. European birch is fine grained, rare and expensive.