Tile flooring –There are many kinds of stone flooring but the most popular are ceramic and porcelain floors. The durability of ceramic and porcelain tiles makes them well-suited to high traffic areas such as entries, kitchens and bathrooms. Tile material costs can range from the most affordable basic ceramic tiles to the high gloss of granite tiles. This kind of flooring can be easily cleaned with wet mop or sponge. Mosaic, accent tiles and pattern options is used to give your home a unique and exceptional look.

This kind of flooring is relatively easy to install and combined with its affordable cost and low maintenance expenses makes tile flooring one of the most cost effective flooring options. The range of patterns, textures, sizes and colors is just breath taking. It can give a freedom for experiment in the various locations to the homeowners.

Hardwood flooring – Hardwood provides a luxurious look and a solid feel. Hardwood can be solid or engineered. Solid wood is a term most commonly used to distinguish between ordinary lumber and engineered wood, but it also refers to structures that do not have hollow spaces. Solid wood floor adds the luxury feel and value to your home. Engineered wood products are manufactured by binding together wood strands, fibers, or veneers with adhesives to form a composite material. This type of flooring does not retain pollen, dust or other allergens. It is also durable and with proper maintenance can last lifetimes. It comes in wide range of variations of finishes and colors to match your interior. The type of installation method will depend on what product you choose: staple, nails or glue.

Laminate flooring – Laminate flooring is a multi-layer synthetic flooring product fused together with a lamination process. This kind of flooring simulates wood or sometimes stone with a photographic applique layer under a clear protective layer. These floors offer the beauty of a wood floor without the high cost of maintenance. The installation of laminate can be cheaper if it is installed on the layer of the base floor. Laminate is resistant to wearing, stains and warping. On one hand it’s easy to clean and maintain – on the other hand it is vulnerable to water and moister.

Staircases – In a basic sense, stairs exist to connect floors. They have always been around since the ancient times and went a long way to the present days. Today, they range from functional staircase used in homes and buildings, to just simple works of art. Sometimes infrastructures are designed based on the staircase constructed to suit the look of the whole place. While stairs have been constructed using a variety of materials over the years, wood stairs remain the most common. There are different kinds of stairs: straight, L-shaped, U-shaped, spiral and curved. Each type has its advantages and disadvantages and there is always a way to find the most suitable option.

Glass railing – Using glass is the easiest way to add both modern luxury touch and value to your property. Usually quality glass railings are used for balconies, decks, patios and porches.  Glass railings are commonly used to enhance many types of properties, from homes to cottages to commercial properties. They can be framed and frameless. And there are many reasons why homeowners choose glass railings: they not only provide elegance and sophistication, blending in with any style of exterior, but they are also a low-maintenance option, requiring no regular upkeep or repair.