I sat down on my couch the other day and realized there was an unsightly white ring on my beautiful coffee table. Clearly someone (most likely me) had set a hot mug of coffee on there which had penetrated the stain. Fortunately, I was able to remove it. But what happens when it’s a deeper stain? Read on to find out!
At Flooring Experts, a lot of the work we do relates to restoring floors that have been damaged by unfortunate incidents in homes and businesses. Whether floors have been damaged by water or fire, we have solutions to either restore or replace them. But how do you know if your floors have been damaged? Does damage show up differently depending on the type of flooring you have? Read on to find out!
It’s difficult to know everything that goes on below your flooring. Underneath the hardwood, laminate, tile, or carpet lies the subfloor, and it’s a component that only gets attention during a full-scale renovation or a full-blown problem. Even some of the telltale signs are easy to ignore. By the time that the issue becomes apparent, it might be too late for your subfloor.