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Buying Tips for Good Wood Composite Decking

Dec 05, 2013 10:41 SGT Evorich Flooring 3 Benefits of a wood composite decking is that it require little maintenance, it gives a uniform colour to your deck (this benefit is often debatable) and the other thing that it can be installed in any season of the year. Especially during the year end rainy season, many natural wood decking installation have to be delayed. Here are some buying tips for a good wood composite decking.

7 Ways to Be Eco Friendly at Home

Dec 05, 2013 10:13 SGT Evorich Flooring There are many ways to be eco friendly at home. The environment we live in needs to be protected so as to give our children a better living place. Especially as the global demand for energy stuff such as petrol, timber and natural resources, the need to be eco friendly becomes more vital. Aside from using Eco friendly products, we can start helping our environment in these little ways.

How to Authenticate High End Resilient Flooring (HERF)?

Dec 04, 2013 16:01 SGT Evorich Flooring Just like buying leather products, they are genuine ones and they are the non-genuine ones. Likewise for flooring, it is very important to look into what you are buying as it will be something that is permanent in the home. To authenticate genuine quality high end resilient floor (HERF) products from the non-genuine ones, home owners may need to look into these following details.

Be Green - The 3 'E's of Eco Wood Flooring

Dec 03, 2013 17:19 SGT Evorich Flooring Eco flooring or eco friendly wood flooring comes in both indoor and outdoor version. Home owners not only enjoy the beauty of eco wood flooring at their homes, they would also did a little part to global sustainability. Here are the 3 main benefits of a good Eco wood flooring can gives to your household!

Understand Laminate Floor, Vinyl Floor and High End Resilient Flooring

Dec 02, 2013 16:35 SGT Evorich Flooring Today laminate flooring, vinyl flooring and high end resilient flooring (HERF) have become some of the popular flooring options in Singapore; they portrays a cost effective flooring material as compared to ceramic tiles, wooden parquet as well as the expensive stones flooring like marble. Some consumers may often get confused between these three types of floor. So, let's look at the difference.

Decorating for Christmas - the Flooring Way!

Dec 02, 2013 14:46 SGT Evorich Flooring From the recent customer feedback from our last article - "Flooring for the Festive Season!", home owners have one common question. That question is, without changing the existing flooring, what type of colour combination should they do to their interior so as to give the ambience a Christmas touch? Let's look into these decorating tips with 3 common flooring designs in mind.

Wood Flooring : Engineered or Veneer?

Nov 29, 2013 17:19 SGT Evorich Flooring Wood flooring technology has advanced from the traditional solid wood flooring, to our common parquet and now to multi-layered wood flooring called engineered wood flooring. However, some consumers today often get confused about the right term about engineered wood flooring. They often treat veneer wood as the same characteristics as engineered wood. However, both are not the same.

The world of flooring

Nov 22, 2013 11:04 SGT Evorich Flooring It is common to face with multiple choice of flooring products, which claim to be the right fit for you. Given such wide array of choices, it is no wonder homeowners are facing dilemma on their final choices.

New Product Launch: REW by Evorich

Nov 06, 2013 11:21 SGT Evorich Flooring Evorich Flooring has recently launched REW. This type of flooring is Re-engineered wood flooring; it comes with thin strips design that emulates our traditional parquet flooring. Re-engineered wood flooring is a strong substitute to traditional wood parquet due to its durability, dimensional stability and it is a finished product that comes with a residential warranty by the manufacturer.

What is a Quality Engineered Wood Flooring?

Sep 24, 2013 10:16 SGT Evorich Flooring A good quality engineered wood is using real wood instead of a whole piece of solid wood. It consists of multiple ply layers, which are glued together unlike a whole solid piece of hardwood. The top surface uses a thicker hardwood which is available in most hardwood species.