Nashua, NH Homeowner Looks for New Floor Laminate flooring is not typically a good choice for basements due to the risk of flooding and high humidity levels.  Traditional laminates are made with a waterproof layer and fiberboard backing.  The fiberboard is vulnerable to moisture and humidity.  If wet, this backing can warp or even mold and rot.  Basements can be vulnerable to flooding, from storms and wild weather to leaking appliances.  When wet, the damage to laminate flooring can be…

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Whether redecorating a room or choosing new flooring, you want to choose a color scheme that goes well together.  The focus should be on matching your flooring choice and color with the walls and furniture in the room.  One option is to choose a light and dark contrast, which will give the biggest impact.  Other homeowners choose complimentary neutral colors for the walls and flooring. A homeowner in Merrimack was redecorating her living room.  Looking to update the room’s flooring,…

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Clean-Luxury-Vinyl-Tile

Merrimack, NH Resident Looks for Advice Regular sweeping or dry mopping luxury vinyl tile is important to keep the shine.  This will keep debris and dust off of the floor that can damage the finish.  For a deeper cleaning, mix some dish soap and warm water together and use this solution to mop the floor.  To add extra shine to your LVT floor, add some white vinegar to the soap and water mixture. A resident in Merrimack had just installed…

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Luxury Vinyl Tile (LVT) closely resembles its ceramic and porcelain tile counterparts.  The price for LVT is often less than standard tile, with easier installation as opposed to the mortar and grout necessary to install traditional tile.  Like tile, LVT is water-resistant making this ideal for bathrooms or the entryway of a home.  Standard tile flooring does tend to outlast LVT, which for some homeowners can justify the higher price. A homeowner in Amherst, NH was looking to install a…

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Porcelain Tiles

The best flooring options for a bathroom are porcelain or ceramic tile, LVT (luxury vinyl tile) or natural stone. These flooring choices can withstand the everyday moisture of a bathroom. A Nashua homeowner was replacing her laminate flooring in the bathroom. Over time, moisture had penetrated the floor causing the telltale damage of lifting at the edges and corners of the laminate. With two young children, this homeowner wanted a floor that could withstand the test of time and water.…

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