How To Maintain Your Floors?

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Do you live in a fancy apartment in an upscale neighborhood? Do you have a humble home, but you are grateful and happy that you can finally afford to own your place? Or are you currently in the process of constructing your picture perfect, dream home? Whatever the case may be, it is always a great idea to do your research. If you have hired an interior designer and engineer along with several other professionals to help you construct your home, you do not have to worry as much as they will help you and guide you to make the right choices when you are trying to decide what type of flooring you should install for your home. But even if this is the case, you must still do your research to find out what colours and materials would best suit your space and the end image of it you have in your mind. Because after all, you will be the one who has to maintain this space after all of the constructions and renovations are complete, so it is important that you choose flooring materials that you know you can take great care of maintain. So read below to see the different types of flooring and how you must maintain them.


Wooden floors add the most luxe look to your home compared to any other flooring type. But maintaining wooden floors such as timber, depends on the type of sealant you used. If your floors have been sealed with varnish or lacquer, you must vacuum the floor to get rid of any dirt and dust and then use a polisher and you must never wet the floors. But if you used a sealant such as polyurethane, you can use a damp mop or cloth to clean the surface. You can ask your trusted timber floor installer for further advice on this.

Ceramic or porcelain flooring

These are probably the most common type of flooring as they are extremely easy to clean compared to timber or bamboo floor installer Sydney. You can vacuum them, use a damp mop to clean them or even wash them if they are outdoors. The only thing you will need to be vary of is the type of grout used. You must make sure that the grout is applied well and seals any gaps between the tiles so you may prevent any water from leaking below them while you are cleaning, mopping or washing the floors.You must first decide what your budget is when choosing your flooring type, whether you are trying to renovate an existing home or if you are shopping for a home that is only now being built. This is because there is such a large variety of flooring available at different costs. So choose one that you can not only afford to purchase but also afford to maintain!