Posted on 10/11/2021 4:58 AM By UB Hardwoods
Planning to spice up your home with a year-end bonus? Looking to sell after the cold season passes? Regardless, sprucing up your flooring is a wonderful investment, no matter if you’re looking for a high return value or simply to enjoy your home. You can make the most of this venture by embracing fresh, contemporary styles that make your living space feel right out of the pages of a magazine!
Posted on 6/21/2021 4:00 AM By UB Hardwoods
Making a flooring decision isn’t something that happens instantaneously—usually, that is. While some people go into floor installation knowing exactly what they want, many times, there is a lot of talking with a professional, working out the kinks and making the way towards a flooring choice that fits the client’s needs.
Posted on 1/11/2021 4:00 AM By UB Hardwoods
Is your old flooring simply beyond repair? While there’s certainly something to be learned from this unfortunate situation – how to practice better floor care – don’t beat yourself up about it. All floorings, no matter the durability factor, will eventually need replacement, and these products are supposed to be used. What good would a flooring be if you couldn’t step on it, after all?
Posted on 11/9/2020 4:00 AM By UB Hardwoods
If you’ve made the decision to welcome new floors into your household, whatever the type, UB Hardwoods of Plymouth would like to say congratulations. Your purchase will bring you and your family joy for years, in addition to wowing visitors and upping the resale value of your home. So give yourself a pat on the back for making a smart investment from multiple standpoints. Go you!
Posted on 8/10/2020 4:00 AM By UB Hardwoods
If you’ve recently purchased new flooring, it’s only natural to be thinking about the next steps. After all, you want your gorgeous new investment put down as quickly as possible. Why delay? Indeed, putting flooring down is what follows your purchase, but it’s not as straightforward as it looks! Just as there are many flooring options, there are many kinds of installation methods, many of which prove nearly impossible for the layperson to accomplish on their own. Always get professional help for any flooring process, whether the project is big or small.
Posted on 3/18/2019 11:01 AM By UB Hardwoods
And the perfect outdoor space starts with beautiful, quality flooring. At UB Hardwoods in Plymouth, we offer a variety of flooring options for you to choose from to create the perfect patio for outdoor parties or low-key nights relaxing outside. Not only that, but renovating your outdoor space is a great way to increase your property value and extend your livable space.
Posted on 5/21/2018 4:00 AM By UB Hardwoods
Many homeowners celebrate spring by tackling projects around the home, which often includes a remodel. While a bathroom and kitchen remodel continue to be among the most popular for homeowners, they often come with a hefty price tag that can make them rethink their strategy.
Posted on 3/19/2018 4:00 AM By UB Hardwoods
If you want to redesign your outdoor area, tile and stone is an excellent way to deliver both functionality and appearance. Renovating your outdoor area improves your property value and extends your livable space. But you need to select the right tile and stone options.
Posted on 10/23/2017 4:00 AM By UB Hardwoods
With all the hurricanes hitting the United States, this reminds us all that it is important to know what to do if your home experiences water damage from flooding. These same techniques apply to water damage caused by other things such as broken water pipes or leaky water heaters. Here are the things to do to minimize water damage and get your flooring back to a good condition.
Posted on 8/21/2017 4:00 AM By UB Hardwoods
Today's homeowners are spending more time than ever outside their homes in pursuit of rest, relaxation and good times. As the line between the indoors and out continues to blur as kitchen move outdoors and summer parties easily migrate from the deck to the patio and inside the home, here are a few ways you can use tile to bridge the ever decreasing divide.