To some manufacturers, retailers and even customers, value means getting flooring at the lowest price possible. But that misses the mark. You may save a few dollars on your purchase, but that will prove foolish if you are constantly spending additional money on maintenance, repairs and flooring replacements over time. At Domus Flooring and Stairs, we believe that value is getting the highest-quality product at the best price. To do that, look for manufacturers who are committed to product performance. Look for brand names from companies who aggressively improve their products and back their products with warranties. Real value comes at a cost, but so does buying strictly on price. Take a look at our hardwood flooring suppliers.
It all depends upon the species of hardwood involved. The Janka hardness test is used to measure the resistance of a sample of wood to denting and wear by measuring the force required to embed a 0.444” steel ball to half its diameter in wood. Generally speaking, the higher the rating, the harder the wood.
It all depends upon which type of flooring we’re talking about, as some types of flooring will require more maintenance than others. If you have hardwood flooring, weekly or biweekly cleaning with a broom or a damp cloth and a wood cleaning product may be required. If you have vinyl flooring, regular cleaning with a soft brush or water and a neutral detergent is usually recommended. If you have laminate flooring, it’s best to try a vacuum or dry mop. You may also wish to run a damp mop and a laminate cleaning solution on it every couple of weeks. Cork flooring can be swept, vacuumed or mopped with a damp mop and a specially formulated cork floor cleaner. No matter what type of flooring you have, always wipe up spills immediately when you notice them. Never use abrasive soaps, oils, waxes or ammonia-based cleaning products, as these may cause damage to your flooring.
Yes. From posts, railings and spindles to treads, nosings and staircase accessories, we carry everything you’ll need to create the staircase of your dreams. Contact us to get the design process started. Your staircase is only as limited as your imagination!
It’s always best to consult with us at the beginning of your new build or renovation process. This helps to ensure that we have the materials you’re looking for, so that you can budget ahead accordingly.