We are working with ceiling, roof, walls and floors, depending on the wish of the client.
We can offer alternative flooring:
- Cleaning Flooring
- Concrete Floors
- Hardwood Flooring
- Laminate Flooring
- Natural Fiber Flooring
- Stone and Tile Flooring
- Vinyl Flooring
Roof - Exterior type of work,but should be notices inside the home.
The roof needs to be change if inside you can find the next signals:
1) Places where the roof deck is sagging
2) Signs of water damage or leaking
3) Dark spots and trails
4) Outside light showing through the roof
We are offering different roofing materials and also you can see the lifetime of those:
Cedar: The lifetime of a cedar roof is about 20 years.
Tile: Tile roofs can last up to 100 years, but individual tiles can break. Here we can replace.
Concrete: never needs replacing
Wooden shakes: Be aware of termites, carpenter ants or other wood-boring pests.
We can change interior as well as exterior walls. We are using different color-changing wall paint as interesting as 3D wallpapers or wall flats for decorating the home. The color changes colors from dark to light when it is touched or exposed to heat.
We are using different methodology and we are a good qualified in different stucco types of decorating your walls.
We are working also with ceiling inside the home or organization - if its damaged or has some spots. Also if you have decided just to change a color of your ceiling.
Please contact us for any consultation of your problem and we try to help you.
Advantages and Disadvantages of Different Flooring
Advantages to choose Vinyl Floors:
- Vinyl Design Options - A big range selection of colors, styles and designs.
- Inexpensive- A different range of price points to fit any budget.
- Low maintentance than other type of flooring.
- Durable- A range of performance options and warranty grades for the product
- Comfortable- Soft and does not get cold in the winter, and is generally soft beneath your feet.
- Flexible- Installs on any level of the home
- Responsible- third-party FloorScoreTM Certified to meet or exceed low emission standards, for better indoor air quality and a healthier home.
- Water Resistant-vinyl floor is almost impervious to water penetration, making this the perfect material for use in a bathroom, kitchen, laundry room
- Stain Resistant Tiles and Sheets- vinyl tiles and sheets have a clear wear layer that acts as a surface barrier, protecting the floor from stains and spills.
Disadvantages Of Vinyl Flooring:
- Not biodegradable and is very difficult to recycle. This may be an issue of concern for environmentally conscious consumers.
- Not as thick as traditional wood options. This may mean that an additional sub floor should be added.
- Must be cleaned with special cleaners, because using traditional cleaning products may remove the finish. Wax should never be used on this material.
Carpet & Rug Flooring
Advantages Carpet & Rug Flooring:
- No limit to the design options in today's styling, texture, color and value
- Much easier and more cost efficient to replace than hard surface options
- Comfort - Walking into a carpeted room will give you a comfortable, cozy, and welcomed feel.
- Insulation - Natural insulator against the cold, and can reduce the cost of heating your home.
- Absorbs and contains noise, reducing and muffling footsteps and voices from room to room.
- With the advent of advanced soil and stain resist technology, keeping your carpet looking new longer is easier than ever.
- Household Safety - Carpet flooring also makes homes a lot safer, especially if there are kids or elderly people in the household.
- Maintenance-Carpets require high levels of maintenance, to vacuum it regularly.
- Sensitivity to moisture and stains- It can easily absorb stains and can easily get damaged when soaked. Carpets are also prone to mildew when used in a moist environment.
Tile Flooring Options
There are different types of Tiles: Ceramic Tile, Porcelain Tile, Glass Tile and Natural Stone Tile.
Lets look on advatanges of those types:
Ceramic Flooring Tile
Advantages Of Ceramic Flooring Tile:
Made from red/brown clay, Quartz sand material mixed with water. Hand pressed and wood fired. Ceramic has a glossy glazed surface, lightweight and perfect for back splashes, shower surrounds, and decorative wall tile
- Ceramic Water Resistance
- Unglazed ceramic tiles will need to be sealed in order to protect their surface from liquids.
- Durable Ceramic Tile: Ceramic flooring is extremely tough and the tiles are difficult to crack. A quality installation can last for 10 - 20 years and longer if well maintained.
- Maintenance: Ceramic flooring is fairly easy to care for. Dirt, stains, and liquids all rest on the surface, allowing you to easily wipe or mop them away.
- Ceramic Tile Design Options: Modern manufacturing techniques allow ceramic producers to make materials which can be printed in numerous ways.
- Ceramic Pricing: Most tiles will cost 2 euro - 15 euro per square foot, with bargain basement and premium materials edging those numbers to greater extremes. This makes it a moderately expensive material priced higher than carpet and lower than hardwood.
- Allergen Concerns: Ceramic tiles have a hard, solid surface, that does not tend to attract dirt, dust, pollen, or other allergens.
The Distadvanges Of Ceramic Floor Tile:
- Hard Flooring: Ceramic is extremely hard, which makes it easy to clean and maintain. Unfortunately this can also make it difficult and uncomfortable to stand on.
- Cold Ceramic Tile: This material does not hold on to heat very well.
- Installing Ceramics: Ceramic tiles are hard and heavy and they need to be installed using a variety of mortars, grouts, and tools.
- Ceramic Tile Weight: Ceramics are quite heavy, which means that they may not always be appropriate for upper story installations.
Porcelain is the best all around, made with a different construction than ceramic and higher quality materials. It is denser than ceramic, fired longer and hotter creating an impervious surface. Its strength and durability make it prominent for walls, counter-tops, floors, light and heavy traffic, commercial, residential, and exterior.
The advantages of Porcelain Tile:
- More harder and denser than many other ceramic tile products
- Frost-resistant, and often frost-proof
- Highly resistant to stain, scratch, and moisture
- Is resistant to harsher cleaning agents, scratches, stains, fading, heavy loads and fire.
- Is available in glazed as well as unglazed varieties.
- It is strong and long-lasting.
- It can be easily installed in heavy traffic areas
- Aesthetically pleasing.
- It has a high breaking strength.
- Low water absorption.
- A wide range of colors and textures, and many different designs and styles- we can produce an accurate recreation of the look of natural stone, granite, slate, travertine, limestone, marble, quartzite, terracotta and even woods and metals.
- Easily maintained. For this reason it is a practical choice for flooring in any room in the house as it needs no polishing, waxing, or sealing, and can be cleaned easily with a damp mop.
The disadvantages of Porcelain Tile:
- Density - it also leads to a disadvantage. Its increased density means that it's very hard and more difficult to cut.
- Weight-very heavy. If you accidentally drop one of these tiles, it will almost certainly break. You will also need to ensure that the subfloor is strong enough to support the weight of the porcelain tiles.
Mosaic Glass Tile Flooring
Glass is increasing in popularity. It’s impervious to stain, chemicals and water making it easy to clean. Fun trendy colors can make the imagination run wild with any style or a simple mosaic. Its main uses are included in pool linings, residential floors, backsplashes, or interior/exterior wall.
The advantages of Mosaic Glass Tile :
- Design: the beauty - solid and multicolored tiles, which can be arranged in simple or intricate patterns.
- Clean: Glass tiles are resistant to stains, mold, and mildew.
- Green: It takes roughly half the energy to produce a glass tile that it does to make a ceramic tile of similar size. You also have the option of using recycled glass tiles, which are made from reclaimed glass refuse.
- Luminous: All but the darkest glass tiles will tend to reflect light, rather than absorb it.
- Durability: durable and resistant to cracking
The disadvantages of Glass Tile:
- Cost: starting from 6 euro or 7euro a square foot but the really attractive colors are going to be closer to 20 euro or 30 euro. Repeating patterns can cost as much as 80 euro for a single square foot of the design.
- Installation: difficult to install.
- Scratches: While glass mosaics are durable and resistant to stains, they are susceptible to scratches.
- Breakage: While glass flooring tiles are quite durable, there are occasions when dropping something heavy from a great height will crack or chip a tile
- Slippage: While textured finishes can be applied to the tiles, and grout lines can create some traction, glass is still a relatively smooth surface.
- Glass mosaic tile flooring is expensive to buy, difficult to install, and costly to repair.
Natural Stone Tile
Natural Stone has been used from the earliest recorded time as the building material of choice for its permanence, natural beauty, and security. Natural stones are mined from solid stone, then cut and prepped for the flooring market. No two stones are alike. The variations in color are what gives natural stone its distinctive appeal. Tile stones come in Travertine, Limestone, Soapstone, Slate, Marble, and Granite. Soft stones like Slate and Travertine are great for indoor uses like walls, floors and back splashes. Hard stones like Marble can be used for countertops, floors, walls, backsplashes, and any outdoor use.
Types of Stone Tile are
- Granite Tiles
- Slate Tiles
- Marble Tiles
- Limestone Tiles
The advantages of Natural Stone Tile:
- Timeless, unique appearance
- Design capabilities of through-body color material
- Perceived value
- Durable countertops and floors (granite)
- May be re-polished if scratched
The disadvantages of natural stone:
- Ongoing re-sealing program is required
- Limited chemical and stain resistance
- Higher installation costs than ceramic tile
- Product received seldom looks like the sample
Wood flooring has been used for centuries in cultures all over the world. Wood is a durable, versatile, and natural material. The appeal is more than simply practical. The presence of real wood adds a wonderfully visual dimension to any interior space. In modern times, our culture is often saturated with artificial materials and manufactured patterns; wood connects us to the natural world.
Advantages of Wood flooring
- Durability: depending on factors the warranty for 3-5 years, factory applied treatments will often have warranties of 5-25 years or more.
- Installation: It is much easier, and quicker
- Ease of Maintenance
- Look, beauty, and feel of natural hardwood.
Disadvantages of Wood flooring
- Seams: Because the material is finished at the factory, a sealing agent is not applied to the lines between the planks when they are installed.
- Bevelling: Often factory pre-finished wood will have bevelled, slightly rounded edges. This gives the wood plank a more finished, and slightly manufactured look. T
- Height: With a site finished floor you install the material and then sand it flat. This allows you to remove any height irregularities which may exist due to an uneven subfloor.
- Refinishing: While pre-finished floors do not need to be refinished for a very long time, eventually the surface seal will start to fade, scratch, and discolor slightly.
- Repairs: With site finished floors, when a piece of wood becomes damaged, you can often repair it by sanding smooth the imperfection.