Natural stone, granite, marble, quartzite, etc., is made by, well, nature. Man has nothing to do with it. But it can have natural, unique occurrences in it called fissures. Here we will explore the differences between fissures and cracks and help you know what to do about them.
Carpet and area rugs can enhance the décor of any space, but not all floor covering is made the same. Make sure you get the one that is right for your needs. Here we will explore synthetic floor covering.
One of the biggest investments in a home is the kitchen. And yet, one of the smallest and easiest things to fix can be the cause of costly damage. You need to fix those cracks and gaps in your kitchen caulk.
Even though natural fiber rugs and carpets are “natural,” they are made from different materials. While they do have some similarities, they need to be cleaned differently. In this article, you will learn some tips on how to take care of your natural fiber floor coverings.
Two very common discolorations that can happen to natural stone are staining and etching. They are two completely different things, and the restoration processes for each one are different.
In this article we will explore natural fiber floor covering, including both animal-based materials and the most popular plant-based natural fiber materials.
The mineral mica is found in granite. It is one of the things that gives granite a shimmery shine. Here are a few things you should know about mica.
We tend to use the words carpet and rug interchangeably. Even though they may be made of the same material, they are not necessarily the same thing. Let’s take a look at some of the pros and cons of both types of floor coverings.
This article clears away misconceptions about the slipperiness of natural stone and provides suggestions regarding both new and existing installations.
To keep your carpet fresh, clean, and mold-free, it is important to keep it properly maintained, occasionally inspect it for mold, and take preventative measures to fend off mold problems.