Frankie's Flooring Blog: Tips for Business and Homeowners

Are you interested in re-flooring your home or business? Learn more about what flooring types are available and best for your space.

Frankie's Flooring Blog: Tips for Business and Homeowners

Tips For Maintaining Timber Decking

19 April 2016
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A deck can be a great addition to your property and give you a space for entertaining. It is possible for your deck to be made from a number of different materials, but timber is often the preferred option. A timber deck is durable and resilient, but only if it is maintained properly over time. This means that you need to know the most effective methods for maintaining your timber decking that are designed to prevent the wood from swelling or from the joists sustaining too much pressure.
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Floor Scuffs? 3 Homemade Tricks to Remove Skid Marks on Hardwood Flooring

15 April 2016
 Categories: , Blog

Perhaps you've been moving furniture around your home or maybe your shoe's rubber soles are eager to leave an impression. Either way, any hardwood flooring is vulnerable to skid marks. These black streaks are typically created because of rubber components from toys, shoes, and furniture. Getting rid of these skid marks is relatively easy, eliminating the need for you to invest in any heavy-duty chemical cleaners. Follow these homemade tricks to remove skid marks on your hardwood flooring.
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Frankie's Flooring Blog: Tips for Business and Homeowners

Welcome to my flooring blog. My name is Frankie, and I love everything related to decorating homes. I love buying furniture, choosing throw pillows and accent pieces, and installing flooring and other durable elements. Compared to every other element in a room, the flooring has one of the largest impacts. It can brighten a space or make it feel dim and dark. It can make a place feel soft and inviting or cool and modern. It can add a clean look or sadly, make the whole room look dirty. If you want tips and ideas on flooring, I invite you to explore these posts, and I thank you for reading!