Monday, 8 August 2011

How to Survive a Renovation in Windsor Ontario



Despair and misery are oftentimes the common emotions that surface when partners begin a home renovation project. She wants a cozy living space, similar to a cottage in the countryside while he wishes for a recreation room with futuristic furnishings. Both refuse to give in to the other.

A full-blown domestic disturbance can develop anywhere between the time that the building materials are delivered and the moment that the final wallpaper is in place in its destined location. Below are some tips that can help ease the brewing tension when partners decide to go for a major home renovation.

Tip # 1: You and your partner should agree what type of renovation is needed. Couples often fail to draw up a master plan before a major home renovation starts. Usually, they take it for granted that they know which areas around the house call for fixing up. Then, when the renovation is already underway, they discover that certain areas also require repair or remodeling; however, their money has already been used up for another renovation going on at another part of the home. This causes tension. So, to avoid this, the simplest thing to do is to take time to sit down, talk about, and agree as to what parts of the house need to be fixed or spruced up.

Tip # 2: You must never forget what is most important in your life. Can you really squander away a bond that you’ve forged with your better half over the color of the bathroom tiles, kitchen counters, or the bedroom walls? Some couples lose sight of the most important thing when they are so caught up with their crusade in home renovation. Always remember the most important thing whenever things begin to get out of hand and tempers are running short. Never sacrifice the relationship because you and your spouse cannot agree on whether to use granite or Formica for the new kitchen countertops.

Tip # 3: Never forget that you and your better half must work as a team. Never, ever argue in front of the home renovation contractors. Because of this, the people you hire to renovate your home might lose their respect for both of you; as a result, they might give you substandard results since they figure that you would not mind anyway since you are both busy taking each other down. Always remember that you and your spouse are in this together. Show those around you that you and your spouse support each other, that way, you will earn their respect.

If you require assistance in crafting your plan for the upcoming renovation, we will be glad to assist you, just ask us.


This article was published by:
Keith McGorlick,
Author, Blogger,
Home Improvement Expert &
President of, Lakeside Interiors
Windsor, Kitchener & Barrie Ontario
In Windsor, call 226-787-5835 or,
lakesidewindsor@gmail.com
lakesidebarrie@gmail.com
lakesidekitchener@gmail.com

Thursday, 28 July 2011

Epoxy Floor Paint- Why Is It a Better Flooring Option For Basements in Windsor?

Basement flooring has always raised great concern in the minds of homeowners considering home improvement and renovation. One can alter anything in their home with ease but not the concrete surfaces in your basement.Not only has changing the surface been difficult but also it has been quite expensive as well. The traditional surfacing options like the granite, marble, slate etc are very difficult to maintain, while ceramic tile is somewhat difficult to install.
So such things gave rise to a new concept of flooring. It was thought that something should be developed that could alter floors just like we change wall paint colours.
The solution was epoxy floor coating paint. The epoxy resin paint completely changed the whole scene of basement improvements. Changing floors has now become exceptionally easy. You just have to apply the epoxy floor paint just like you paint your walls and you’ll see a completely transformed basement. Epoxy is a resin material that can be applied over the concrete flooring surfaces which after being dried, becomes extremely durable and gives an entirely new look to your basement or garage.
Epoxy floor paint is widely recommended due to the number of properties that it possesses. It’s easy to apply and maintain. You just have to apply it like you paint your wall. It’s resistant to water, dust, chemicals and grease, which makes it easy to maintain. Epoxy resin is a very affordable concrete flooring option. You don’t have to spend a lot of money to cover the concrete flooring as you would with traditional flooring options.
With epoxy floor paint you can alter the surfaces any time and in any way you want. The epoxy floor paint can be customized, to give it the desired durability and strength required, which makes epoxy floor paint a very nice option for home renovation. This concrete floor paint is highly durable and can withstand high pressure and weight. This property makes it ideal for concrete garage floors since it can bear the continuous movement of vehicles over it.
If you are considering home improvement and want to change the look of your basement or garage floors, but you aren’t the DIY type, but still want to save money, then you can simply hire professionals who are experienced with epoxy floor paint application. A professional can help you have the desired colors and textures using  epoxy floor paint.
They can also help you gain the customized durability with your epoxy garage flooring. Moreover the epoxy floor coating can be altered any time the homeowner desires. So if you are looking for more insight into whether epoxy floor covering would be the right choice for your home, write us at lakesidewindsor@gmail.com.


This article was published by:
Keith McGorlick,
Author, Blogger,
Home Improvement Expert &
President of, Lakeside Interiors
Windsor, Kitchener & Barrie Ontario
In Windsor, call 226-787-5835 or,
lakesidewindsor@gmail.com
lakesidebarrie@gmail.com
lakesidekitchener@gmail.com

Wednesday, 20 July 2011

Should Your Windsor Bathtub Be Replaced?

Figuring out exactly at which point a bathtub needs to be replaced is the million-dollar question. Here, we’ll break down the basics of how frequently bathtubs should be replaced.
These days, while many people prefer to use stand-alone showers, they still want to keep the bathtubs in their houses. When it comes to the lifespan of bathtubs, unfortunately, there is no scientific or sure-fire way to know when it is absolutely time to replace a tub, and when you could get away with using it for a couple more months or years.
General Thinking
Usually, how much you use a tub will have a lot to do with how long you can keep it looking good. If, for example, you have a bathtub in a guest bathroom that’s seldom used, then that tub could theoretically last forever. But at the same time, if you have a bathtub that you use daily, then I would say you could probably expect to get about 10 to 12 years of use out of it. Unfortunately there is no exact answer as to when a bathtub should be replaced, generally speaking, it should be done once the paint and finish starts wearing thin. By the time a bathtub's finish has started wearing thin, and when it gets to the point where you can see that it is worn through the paint in certain areas, it is probably past time for you to replace it with a new tub.
Signs of Deterioration
You should also look for any sign of deterioration to determine whether your bathtub needs work. Anything like cracks or that sort of thing is a sign that you need to call in an expert for help.
Cost Comparison
Just because the paint is wearing down on a tub or it is starting to show signs of age does not necessarily mean you need to replace it entirely.
Many people out there specialize in bathtub repair and refinishing. With a lot of these refinishing techniques, they can actually make the tub look like new.
Additionally, you could even have the tile around your bathtub refinished by a professional rather than replace it. If you do decide to go this route, take into account that you will get nowhere near the life out of the job that you would with a replacement tub and/or tiles.
Whether you have a basic tub or hot tub, the above tips are suitable for use with all.
As always, if you have any problems or concerns that I may be able to help you with, please don't hesitate to contact us.


This article was published by:
Keith McGorlick,
Author, Blogger,
Home Improvement Expert &
President of, Lakeside Interiors
Windsor, Kitchener & Barrie Ontario
In Windsor, call 226-787-5835 or,
lakesidewindsor@gmail.com
lakesidebarrie@gmail.com
lakesidekitchener@gmail.com

Thursday, 23 June 2011

My Windsor Basement Flooded! What do I do next?

The first thing you should do is call your insurance company! They will immediately assign an adjuster to your case, who will guide you through the steps required by your insurer.

A word here about coverage and how it’s determined. If you have a broken water line or water heater and it floods your basement, your insurer will usually cover the damage but not what caused it. In other words, They will pay for anything in the basement which is damaged by the water but not for repairing the broken pipe or water heater.

Contact a restoration contractor, your adjuster will likely supply you with a list of possible options with whom they normally have dealings. Remember, when you are selecting a contractor, it’s your home and you are in charge of who comes in to do work there. NOBODY has the right to tell you which contractor to use, you’re in charge. Use whichever qualified contractor you’re comfortable with.

Eventually everything damaged must be removed, but not until it’s been documented! That means a detailed inventory must be written (by your contractor) and supported with photographic evidence of damage. The thing to remember here is that if damage can’t be proven, the insurer doesn’t have to replace it. So don’t think you’re helping by throwing everything outside!

The insurance company will break your claim down into two sections:

The Emergency Response:
Your selected contractor will arrive at your home with the intent of assessing the damage which has been caused. They will determine their personnel and equipment requirements and then dispatch a crew with the required equipment.

Their intent during the emergency response is to mitigate the damage. Anything wet will be documented and removed, including carpet, flooring, doors, drywall, furniture, personal belongings etc. If possible, some items may be cleaned, dried and returned later.

During this time your contractor should spray a mouldicide / fungicide on the areas which are not being removed. This is for your protection. Since mould spores are everywhere, you just need to add water and time and you have mould growing. This could constitute a health hazard for anyone living in the home. Remember, water + time = mould.

A word to the avid do-it-yourselfers in the crowd – Bleach does NOT kill most mould, it makes it white! Don’t try to clean up by yourself with bleach, the chlorine gas released from the bleach could be more harmful than the mould, especially if inadvertently mixed with something else!

Once everything damaged has been removed, your contractor will set up drying equipment. This will usually consist of air movers (fans) and large de-humidifiers. Simply put, the objective here is to evaporate all the residual moisture into the air and then suck it out of the air with the de-humidifiers, then drain it into the sewer system of your home.

This process takes 2 – 3 days, it may look dry the next day but there is still enough moisture to nurture mould growth. Your contractor will have special meters to check for moisture content. If sufficient moisture is not removed, there will be mould later.

The Repair:
After your basement has been sufficiently dried it will be time for your contractor to put it all back together.

This will normally be the contractor from the emergency response, but not necessarily so. Since the insurance claim is split into two distinct contracts, you may have the option to switch contractors for the repair segment, your adjuster will be able to inform you if this is an option in your case.

In this phase of the operation, your contractor will make sure there is no mould beginning to grow in spite of their best efforts. Then they will begin replacing the drywall that was removed.

The new drywall will be installed, taped and coated with drywall compound (plaster). Next, it’s time for paint, the insurer will usually cover painting the entire wall area because of the difficulty matching the colour. This is the time, if you were considering changing the colour before the flood, to do so. As long as it’s not a drastic colour change requiring additional coats of paint, your contractor won’t mind changing if for you.

Once all this is completed, it will be time for your new flooring to be installed. The insurer will cover the cost of replacing it with the exact flooring that you had originally. The rule they go by is to make it exactly the way it was 1 minute before the flood.

This being said however, if you would like to pay for the difference in cost, there is not usually any problem if you would like to have your contractor upgrade your choice of flooring at this time. The insurer will pay what it would have cost to restore the floor to it’s original condition & your contractor will charge you directly for the balance.

The next step is for all the baseboards, doors and trim to be replaced and painted.

Once all this has been completed, it will be time for your contractor to bring back all your belongings that were salvageable and restore them in the room(s) as they were.

I hope that this post helps anyone who has had the misfortune of being on the receiving end of Mother Nature’s sense of humour lately. It’s been a wet year so far and there doesn’t seem to be any end in sight but I’m sure the sun will come out someday!

I should add at least one shameless plug here, Lakeside Interiors has IICRC trained and certified technicians on staff to handle your flood emergency.
We are fully equipped and can be reached by any of the following methods:


This article was published by:
Keith McGorlick,
Author, Blogger,
Home Improvement Expert &
President of, Lakeside Interiors
Windsor, Kitchener & Barrie Ontario
In Windsor, call 226-787-5835 or,
lakesidewindsor@gmail.com
lakesidebarrie@gmail.com
lakesidekitchener@gmail.com

Saturday, 18 June 2011

Taps Causing You A Headache in Windsor?

Have you ever gone into your kitchen or bathroom to wash your hands, put the liquid soap on your hands and turned on the taps, only to find that nothing happens?

Many of us have and when you check the taps in another room only to find them to be working correctly you get that sinking feeling in the pit of your stomach, that this is not going to be good.

It dawns on you that there is a specific problem with your tap and that it needs to be fixed.

If you are not big on DIY, this can only ever mean one thing – it’s going to cost you money. The first port of call may be to look on the internet for a solution, or even to find out what course of action others have taken who suffered the same problem.

Usually, the upshot is that you need to take the inevitable step of picking up the phone directory and dialing the local plumber.

After deciding whether or not the problem warrants a same day call out charge, you arrange a suitable time.

The plumber arrives and you explain the problem, and he proceeds to investigate. After a little bit of tinkering your tap is miraculously fixed, all in about 10 minutes. For the privilege your plumber will relieve you of about the same cost as a full tank of fuel in your car. This is not to say that a plumber should not charge this amount for what is really a simple job. It is just worth noting that it may be useful and valuable to have a basic knowledge of how simple every-day items like taps actually work.

So, how do you go about finding out how your taps work? There are many options but perhaps one of the best comes from our modern friend, the internet. There are hundreds of websites out there offering help and advice to DIY enthusiasts so this is a great place to start. A word of warning here though, you must make absolutely sure you have fully understood the procedure before undertaking any kind of DIY, especially when it involves your water supply. The last thing you want to do is to create an even worse problem than the one you are trying to fix.

If you take your time, and take precautions, you should be fine. Make sure you turn off your main water supply if you are working on your taps. Failure to do so could result in you flooding your house.

Don’t let this put you off though. By carrying out a few simple tasks yourself over the course of a year you could save yourself hundreds of dollars. The next time something goes wrong with your taps, perhaps you’ll think twice before reaching for the phone book. Instead, get your tools out of the basement and try fixing the problem yourself. You’ll be glad you did, since you’ll be saving money and you will have learned a new DIY skill, which many of us would be proud of.


This article was published by:
Keith McGorlick,
Author, Blogger,
Home Improvement Expert &
President of, Lakeside Interiors
Windsor, Kitchener & Barrie Ontario
In Windsor, call 226-787-5835 or,
lakesidewindsor@gmail.com
lakesidebarrie@gmail.com
lakesidekitchener@gmail.com

Sunday, 12 June 2011

Today’s Kitchen in Windsor

Your kitchen is where you and your family spend a great deal of time and is most likely the heart of your home, where meals are cooked, homework is finished, and where your family enjoys spending time together. It’s often the place where friends, neighbors and family automatically gravitate, drawn by the aroma of food cooking and the warmth of the room. Your kitchen is one of the busiest rooms in your house; shouldn't it be as beautiful and functional as possible?

There are many options for updating your kitchen, ranging from easily accomplished, bare-bones budget plans, to a full kitchen remodel. With a full remodel, you can do a nice job with a relatively small budget or go for a complete luxury kitchen remodel. When it comes to what is available to update and remodel your kitchen, the sky is the limit!

If you are going for the country look or the shabby chic look, add lots of baskets to put dry flowers, plants or fresh cut flowers in. Also load a basket up with fruit for a walk by snack. Going modern means lots of stainless steel, sleek racks and d├ęcor with clean lines.

Countertops can feature the beauty of natural materials such as granite and limestone. Butcher block and concrete are also popular materials. The same is true of flooring-in today's kitchens, durability does not mean sacrificing beauty. The selection of lighting is staggering and ranges from traditional ceiling lights, to track or recessed lighting to a chandelier. Perhaps you'll want to choose a combination fan and light for your kitchen ceiling.

Changing just the front of the cabinets with interior recessed lighting really updates the look. Consider too, changing out your appliances if need be. Another consideration is a hanging rack from the ceiling for utensils and pots. They add lots of interest to the kitchen and free up more cabinet space. Adding bead board or wainscoting gives the kitchen a nostalgic kind of feel. If you feel your kitchen is the way you want it but still not completely satisfied with the overall look, change the flooring! Go from vinyl to hardwood, for warm ambiance or go with stone for the cozy old world feel.

Your flooring should always reflect the theme of your kitchen. If the idea of being outside cooking is more your thing, consider installing an outdoor kitchen. A well-designed outdoor kitchen can also be an added bonus for your home with hours of fun for family and friends. No more indoor messes! The animals and kids can have a blast being loud!

To start, visit home improvement stores and wander the aisles, looking for ideas for your kitchen remodel. Leaf through kitchen magazines and study the ads and read the articles to familiarize yourself with what's available, including the many new products that are constantly being developed. Start to form ideas about what will and won't fit your budget. At this step, when you see all the possibilities for a new kitchen, you may decide to put a bit more into it than originally planned.

Begin your plans to update your kitchen today. Whether you decide to add a few small improvements or do a full-scale remodel, you'll never regret your commitment to creating the wonderful kitchen of your dreams.

Your kitchen is where you and your family spend a great deal of time. Your kitchen is most likely the heart of your home, where meals are cooked, homework is finished, and where your family enjoys spending time together. It is often the place where friends, neighbors and family automatically gravitate, drawn by the aroma of food cooking and the warmth of the room. Your kitchen is one of the busiest rooms in your house; shouldn't it be as beautiful and functional as possible?

If you have any additional questions I can help you with, please don't hesitate to ask.


This article was published by:
Keith McGorlick,
Author, Blogger,
Home Improvement Expert &
President of, Lakeside Interiors
Windsor, Kitchener & Barrie Ontario
In Windsor, call 226-787-5835 or,
lakesidewindsor@gmail.com
lakesidebarrie@gmail.com
lakesidekitchener@gmail.com

Saturday, 4 June 2011

The Classic’s Back – Why Granite Kitchen Worktops Should Never Go Out Of Fashion in Windsor

Granite kitchen worktops are back in a big way. Why? Because people finally woke up to the fact that flat plastic kitchen worktops are not only ugly but impractical. It’s true, of course, that an MDF (Medium Density Fibre Board) work surface covered with that horrible rubberised vinyl kind of marble effect stuff is a lot cheaper than granite – but it also lasts a few years at most before all the water in the kitchen starts getting inside it and rotting out the chip board. Granite is impervious to pretty much everything, up to and including being hit with a hammer (well, a small hammer anyway) – it cleans easily and well; it looks amazing; and it goes with virtually every kitchen decor.

Put like that, one wonders why granite kitchen worktops aren’t in every home. There are of course cost limitations – not everyone can afford to pay the amount of money required for a stone work surface, even though that total price, when averaged out over the years of unending good service the granite will give, costs less than the cumulative cost of replacing MDF every few years. There are also limitations according to the quality of the rest of the fittings in a kitchen. It’s not just about looks – low cost cabinets simply won’t support the weight of granite kitchen worktops, so installing them in a budget range kitchen simply isn’t practical.

What we are talking about here, of course, is two different types of investment. The kitchen with the quality and longevity of granite work tops and mid to high range cabinets and so on, represents a large single sum in terms of initial outlay – followed by absolutely no maintenance costs. Good quality kitchen fittings pretty much last forever – so it’s only a change of style that warrants a change of kitchen. Your other kind of kitchen, with low mid to budget range fittings, represents a significantly lower single sum to outlay. However, its absence of granite kitchen worktops and good quality cabinets means that it is extremely susceptible to wear and tear – which, in turn, means that it will need replacing on a regular basis. That makes a whole series of lower cost single sum outlays, which add up, as a whole, to the same or even more than the cost of just having a high quality kitchen installed in the first place.

The return to popularity of the granite worktop, and its associated quality items, is as much a reflection of the shift in attitudes towards homes as it is a simple change in tastes. The average Canadian is now spending an average of just over 20 years of his or her life in the same property. That means that he or she is buying, building and extending to last. New kitchen fittings need to be of high quality to last 20 years. Granite kitchen worktops, and all the associated bits and pieces, are that, and will do that. And that’s why they will always be in style.


This article was published by:
Keith McGorlick,
Author, Blogger,
Home Improvement Expert &
President of, Lakeside Interiors
Windsor, Kitchener & Barrie Ontario
In Windsor, call 226-787-5835 or,
lakesidewindsor@gmail.com
lakesidebarrie@gmail.com
lakesidekitchener@gmail.com

Sunday, 29 May 2011

Kitchen Renovations - Finding Your Perfect Colour Scheme in Windsor

Colours matter. That is an undeniable fact. A room's atmosphere can be pleasant and relaxing, or it can be cozy and invigorating, depending on the colour of the walls or the furniture. That's why, if you are planning to do a kitchen renovation and  you want to do a total make-over, then it would be nice to pick a fantastic colour for your kitchen that will uplift your mood. So here are some suggestions from our great kitchen renovation ideas compendium that will surely help you find the perfect colour for your kitchen.
If you want the more upbeat and happy colours, you can choose from the bright tints of red, yellow. Studies show that red could increase one's food appetite, yellow gives off a cheerful atmosphere. A deep red colour puts on a very romantic, serious ambiance but it's not really good to paint all the kitchen walls red since it quickens your pulse rate and has a tendency to induce feelings of anger or annoyance. A bright and sunny yellow is a playful colour and kids really like it. Fast-food restaurants usually use either a combination of these two colours or some tints of both to influence the costumers' mood and appetite.
And you could take a good shade of blue, if you want to achieve a calming ambiance and a classy, elegant look. Studies tell us that this colour is an appetite suppressant, which is why we often skip this colour in the food we prepare. But it could be a good colour for the kitchen if you use it to balance the very vigorous feeling that red and yellow exudes. It's very tricky to use in the kitchen, but when you select a good colour that would match this, it would look wonderful in your kitchen.
Brown is also a warm and homey colour, which emits a comfortable feeling because this colour is very natural. Old-style kitchens usually have brown colours for their cupboards, cabinets, tables and chairs. A perfect shade of yummy brown increases your appetite, so it would be great in the dining room, and it would be nice for your kitchen. If you combine it with colours like blue or pink you would achieve a modern yet classy kitchen look.
White probably is the favorite kitchen colour because of its clean look. If you want a more contemporary look, you could take white and combine it with another clean color such as black, or pair it up with some glossy or metallic color. It provides for a futuristic and modern atmosphere in your kitchen. There's also the colour purple, which is very chic and elegant, and would be a good addition to the white and black colour scheme. However, it's also tricky to use purple in the kitchen. So instead of a white-black-purple kitchen, it is easier to have white and peach. Peach is bright and relaxing, and cozy, which is why it is a very popular colour for the kitchens. A white and peach colour combination would give a clean and comfy atmosphere.
It would be better to avoid a monochromatic colour palette so that your kitchen won't look too boring. You can mix and match any of these colours, or you could take one colour from these suggestions and combine it with your favorite color. Don't be afraid to show your personality when trying to find a good colour for your kitchen. You can have a bold and daring colour scheme, or you can choose a serene and calming one. It's your kitchen, so it's you and your choice that matters, even if you do consult a designer.
Just a little reminder from our collection of kitchen renovations ideas - make sure that your lighting goes well with your kitchen colour scheme so you will have a wonderful kitchen that will be the subject of people's admiration.


This article was published by:
Keith McGorlick,
Author, Blogger,
Home Improvement Expert &
President of, Lakeside Interiors
Windsor, Kitchener & Barrie Ontario
In Windsor, call 226-787-5835 or,
lakesidewindsor@gmail.com
lakesidebarrie@gmail.com
lakesidekitchener@gmail.com

Saturday, 21 May 2011

Discover The Amazing Benefits Of Solid Wood Flooring for you Windsor home

Solid wood flooring enhances the aesthetic quality and appeal of your home.  In fact, it can easily increase the value of your home substantially.  No one can deny that wood flooring evokes a unique sophistication that easily blends into any type of home decor and furnishing.  In other words, wood is a perfect flooring option for your home.  It is stylish and offers numerous advantages for every homeowner.  And the most amazing thing is that solid wood could last for hundreds of years as long as you take good care of it.   


There are several benefits that you can enjoy from solid wood flooring.  First of all, hardwood is a highly versatile flooring material.  It can match any type of home decor and furniture.  It can provide a special accent to your home furnishing whether contemporary or classic.  The timeless appeal of wooden floor provides warmth, neutrality, and soothing elegance.  These qualities will give you flexibility in decorating and redecorating a room.  Most interior designers love homes with solid wood floors.  That’s because the material gives them enough opportunity to unleash their creative talents.

You too can have an easier time furnishing your home if you have wood floors.  

The incredible strength of solid wood flooring is simply amazing.  This is one of the biggest benefits of solid wood.  With proper maintenance and care, your floor could last for generations.  Wood floors also age well and will always look elegant as if they are new.

The good part is that the technology in preserving wood is far superior nowadays.  You can easily find waterproof hardwood.  Before the materials are released to the market, wood producers apply state of the art treatments to make the floor boards extremely durable and longer lasting.  Because of their proven durability, wooden floors can provide good savings for you.  It is true that wood is expensive. But you can get the full value of your investment because of its proven longevity and durability.

This might surprise you, but did you know that solid wood flooring is easier to maintain?  It actually requires a minimum of care and maintenance.  All you need to do is to follow the recommended maintenance procedures approved by the manufacturer.

As the years pass by, the tone and grain of wooden floors will improve.  This will make your home more elegant and sophisticated.  And in the event of accidental scratching, there are many effective treatment solutions that can restore the original beauty of your floors.  
Lastly, wooden floors promote a healthy home environment.  There are so many homeowners today who are struggling with allergies, respiratory problems, and mite control simply because they have carpeted floors.  With solid hardwood floors, all these problems can be eliminated.  You will not have to contend with fibers, allergens, and bacterial or parasite accumulation on the floors.  You can easily sanitize wooden floors and keep them clean for longer periods.  So if you want to make your home healthier and child friendly, then your best option is solid wood flooring.


This article was published by:
Keith McGorlick,
Author, Blogger,
Home Improvement Expert &
President of, Lakeside Interiors
Windsor, Kitchener & Barrie Ontario
In Windsor, call 226-787-5835 or,
lakesidewindsor@gmail.com
lakesidebarrie@gmail.com
lakesidekitchener@gmail.com