Floors cop quite a beating - and while they're normally made with that in mind, most floor surfaces will need a bit of TLC from time to time to keep them looking great.
Read our articles below to find out how (and how often) to take care of your floor surfaces.
Cracks in concrete and settling ground can do a lot of damage to your home. Find out how to deal with and prevent this kind of damage.
Over time, stump subfloors need to be restumped to make sure the house is evenly supported. Find out what restumping involves.
Concrete slabs may become damaged when they're installed on reactive soil. Find out how you can repair and stabilise them.
Properly cleaning carpet on a regular basis is a good way to keep it looking fresh and new, and to keep allergens under control.
If your floorboards or parquetry floor are looking tired and worn, a good polish may be all that's needed to rejuvenate them.
Over time, slate and flagstone sealant will be scratched off and worn. Resealing your floor will help to restore it to its original glory.