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A well-chosen and well-installed flooring can uplift and bring about dramatic changes to the whole vibe of your house. Now it is 2020 and we have more options than ever in terms of flooring. But choosing the right flooring that beautiful yet practical may not be as easy as it seems. While the traditional flooring options like marble, granite, and mosaic still stay unchallenged, there has been a steady rise in the number of people choosing other options.


In today's busy world keeping on top of home maintenance can be a chore and finding the right professionals can be a challenge. At HomeTriangle we understand how important your home is to you and how finding the right home services to keep your home in tip-top condition can be stressful. That is why our service helps you find the very best professionals for all your home maintenance needs.


Flooring is one of the most under appreciated features in a room,but it's also one of the most important - it's the one your in contact with the most after all! It's a huge decision, you absolutely have to pick the right flooring material to not only tie a room together but make it as comfortable as possible to you. It absolutely has to be appropriate, particle, and look great based on the room. You need to think about the cost and traffic that will be coming through the room before choosing between your four options: Carpets, Floorboards, Tiles and Cement.


If you are not a carpenter, a DIY person or a general handyman, in all probability you do not know the difference between the MDF and Plywood. For woodworkers it's an all important question. While plywood and MDF have their pros and cons, each can be preferred for individual applications. It’s important to know the differences between the two and the way they’re engineered. The information given below will show you what each comprises of and the advantages and disadvantages of both.


Did you know that the debris and moisture that you get inside your home with your shoes can actually damage your floors? You not only need one a mat at the front door but indoor mats too, especially in high traffic areas. An ideal indoor mat should be able to control all of that and more when placed in various parts of the house. Keep these points in mind while choosing an indoor mat.