Italian Marble Designs For Flooring !

When guest attain to our showroom, they usually demand to show low cost Italian marble for the marble flooring?

But indecisively guest have no certain ideas, Do they looking for Italian Marble or Turkey or Chinese Marble?

Our sales person provides them better material as per their budget with good marble flooring ideas .At very soon, our company consider to launching highly appreciable Virtual Room Showcase to clear customer indecisive notion towards marble.

By our Dr.Marble Section in our website, we receive some enquiries by guests for marble flooring, I am disclosing few of it .It will definitely help you to get better ideas for marble usage on your flooring.
Dr Marble,

I am seriously considered to using granite or marble as a flooring material in an upcoming building project. Will they both perform in same manner? How about stain resistance, durability and handling?

Firstly I would like to appreciate you on your taste and choice of building material. Both Granite and Marble are admirable for flooring. In fact in a market these material recorded explosive growth during 4-5 years. Italian and other imported marble sales explosively grown approximately 400 percent during the past 3 years.

Home owners

Installing Laminate Flooring On Stairs

Installing laminate flooring on stairs requires more attention be paid to details. Every piece of the stair needs to be cut precisely to achieve the best looking flight of stairs. The stairs consist of three basic parts. The tread ( where you step ), the riser ( the vertical rise ) and the stair nose which is the edging on the front of each stair.

When installing laminate on stairs in most cases the stair nose over laps the laminate and this makes the stair nose raised up about 1/8 to 3/16 of an inch. Consider who lives in the home such as small children or elderly folks. This may be a potential tripping hazard.

The process for installing laminate flooring on stairs consists of four basic steps (no pun intended).

1. Preparing the stairs
2. Cutting the over hang off or building the stair out
3. Cutting the individual parts
4. Gluing and nailing the treads, risers and stair noses on

Preparing the stairs

Most likely there will be carpet on the stairs that will need to be removed. The best way to do this is with a pair of pliers. Just grab the

How Cork Flooring Is Done- The Process

Installing cork floor tiles is a long process that requires expert’s input. It involves a lot of preparation and proper planning for one to be successful in the installation. However, once the whole process is complete, one achieves the most amazing look into their spaces. The input and effort that goes into installing these floors will always be worthwhile once the job is completed. The Cork Tiles Installation Process Preparation One should first evaluate the area of installation and hence determine whether the area is good enough or not. For instance, areas that have very wet sub floors should be avoided when installing these types of floors. From hence, one must make sure that the areas are well leveled so that the tiles will look elegant at the end of the installation. The concrete floors should be smooth, dust free, and completely dry. One must also be careful to follow the manufacture’s instructions when it comes to installation process. The installation stage When one begins the process of installing the cork tile floors, they should start from the center to the rest of the room. Proper measurements should be done in this stage. This way, one can determine the pattern

What Is So Good About Amtico Wood Flooring

Amtico flooring is just about the most hardwearing and practical alternative to real wood.

A huge selection of Amtico flooring in the latest natural wood designs that are available These range from the softest grains such as white maple, to the mid toned classic oaks, and on to the darkest colour in our range Wenge Wood.

All Amtico woods are genuine British made commercial grade (not the Asian made Spacia or Karndean) and are manufactured in ‘tick’ finish in the standard 114mm x 915mm standard size.

Choosing an Amtico floor means you don’t have to worry about long term maintenance- your floor will never need sanding or re-finishing. The tough hardwearing surface will repel stains and moisture making it an ideal choice for wet areas such as bathrooms and shower rooms, and heavy wear areas like hallways and entrance lobbies.

Amtico wood authentically replicates the natural product and it’s true characteristics. The Stripwood is highly variable in grain and decoration. Please consider this in your product choice as online images only display a small section of the material.

Installing Amtico wood flooring can be undertaken by any reasonably competent DIYer with little in the way of equipment. If you are laying

Engineered hardwood Flooring A great alternative to Laminate

Time and again I hear folks talk about how much they love the feel and prestige of hardwood flooring for their home, flat or condo but they are not prepared to go through the cumbersome task involved with installing these floors.

The good news is that now you dont have to go through all those difficult installation process. Engineered hardwood floors are installed in the exactly same manner as laminate; each piece clicks to the other and optionally you can choose to glue them down as you would with laminate.

Engineered hardwood flooring is made up of a top portion that is natural wood. The top portion is glued to a multilayer core that may be plywood, high density fiber or another form of replenishable wood. These layers are also pressed and glued together. Each layer is stacked on top of the other in a cross-grain setting. The Number of layers used at the core varies from one designer to another but most manufacturers use three or four layers.

The multilayer core unlike real hardwood is more resistant to moisture which allows engineered hardwood to be installed in almost any location including kitchen floors and basements.

Engineered hardwood floors are