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TIMBER FLOORINGFor a classic look lasting a lifetime, you can’t go past the natural beauty and warmth of timber floors. Designers love timber for its ability to add character to any room. You’ll love its easy installation, versatility and low maintenance.A beautiful timber floor provides a classic and timeless finish as well as solid foundation for any living space. The variations in the colour and grain of timber boards provide a unique finish that reflects individuality and originality and its warm, lustrous nature will brighten up any space.Hardwood and softwood are terms that are commonly used in all things wood-related. HardwoodExamples of hardwoods include the likes of mahogany, teak, walnut, oak, ash, birch and maple.  The thing that each of these woods have in common is that they all come from deciduous trees.  That’s to say, from trees that shed their leaves each autumn.  A more expensive option than softwood, there’s no getting away from the fact that most, but not all hardwoods are more durable, as well as generally speaking, more sought after than softwoods.  The reason that hardwoods are more expensive than softwoods is largely down to the simple economics of supply and demand: a hardwood tree can take decades to grow, while softwood trees grow relatively quickly.SoftwoodAs we’ve mentioned already, softwoods grow much more rapidly than hardwoods, making them a more affordable timber flooring option.  The trees that softwoods originate from are evergreen, sporting needles that they don’t typically shed.  Widely used in the construction of homes, cabins and furniture, common softwoods include pine, spruce, cedar, larch and fir.  As the name suggests,  softwoods tend to be less dense than hardwoods.Engineered woodWhen it comes to wood flooring, in addition to the option of softwood or hardwood, there is also the possibility of investing in engineered wood flooring. Engineered flooring is made up of bonding a number of layers of ply or high density fibreboard (HDF) to create a core board, which effectively makes up the inner part of a “sandwich” which is then topped with a solid wood lamella or top layer.  These core boards are made by bonding layers of ply together or by introducing a thick layer of HDF, which is laid in different directions to create a strong, stable base for the solid wood top layer, which is commonly made of oak, larch or walnut.If you are planning to renovate your floor with attractive and stylish look at a budget friendly price you can contact or visit us at http://goelworld.com
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HOW TO CLEAN WHITE MARBLE1. Wipe marble surfaces with a wet cleaner: Use warm water, as several cleaners used in homes are too harsh for marble counters. Wipe the length of the counter with a wet cleaner. If you have microfiber cloth they are best for marbles, they’ll give the counter a far better scrub without having to use a home cleaner.• If you would like to wipe your counter, use industrial cleaners specifically designed for marble.• For marble floors, passing a mud mop on the surface should be enough for normal cleanup.• This reasonably cleanup should be done daily to clear dust or any crumbs that have accumulated on the counter.2. Use separate cloth to clean countertops: Don’t let the marble simply air dry, since marbles are marked by water spots. Use a microfiber artifact to wipe countertops till they’re dry.3. Use baking soda mixture over the marble polish it: Take 3-4 tablespoons (48ml) of baking soda with one liter of water. Be careful while spreading this mixture over your marble surface.• Let the mixture absorbs by the spot or dust on your marble for hours before wiping it away with a wet cleaner.4. For polishing spread crushed chalk over the marble: For best results, use white chalk and grind it in fine dust. Carefully wipe the counter in circle, buffing it and delivery out the shine.• Wipe the dust away with a dry cleaner when buffing it.For more information on marbles please contact us or visit at http://goelworld.com/
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SEARCHING FOR THE COLOR OPTIONS FOR YOUR GRANITE KITCHEN COUNTERTOPS? TAKE A QUICK TOUR OF THE FOLLOWING IDEAS-The granite is strong and long lasting stone consist of classic beauty that gives a stunning look to your space. While the decision to use granite may be simple, selecting among the several color options available can be a difficult task to deal with. Granite comes in lots of colors. This granite can be categorized into following ten basic categories-Beige, black, blue, brown, burgundy, gray, green, red, yellow, and white.The black granite is elegant, aesthetic and classy. Mostly the Dark colored counters are strongly attractive when paired with lighter colored cabinets or in kitchens filled with natural light. Apart from the Black granite; brown, burgundy, and gray colored granite add the charm to a small or low-light kitchen and if it is used with dark woods, the beauty can’t be expressed in words.The beauty of light-colored countertops can never be ignored as it provides a bright feel to a small kitchen. White, yellow, or beige colored counters also assist in spreading light around a room to add brightness to the room. The red, blue, and green colored granite are least common. These eye-catching designs are suitable for those who want to make their space the more focus areas. You may find different patterns within a single subset of color. there are three kinds of basic patterns of a color set-- solid, marbled, and speckled.If you want a little variation in patterns, go with the Solid Granite.If you want a smooth transition between color and texture to go with Marbled Granite.If you want a lot of variation in color and texture, go with Speckled Granite shows. Additionally, you have the choice of selecting between the typical high-gloss finish or a honed finish.For more information contact us or visit http://goelworld.com/
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TYPES OF NATURAL STONE TILES WHICH ARE USED FOR FLOORING, WALLS AND MORE• Granite – Granite has long been popular as a handsome kitchen countertop material, and it is also made into floors, shower walls and bathroom counters. Granite tiles are naturally antibacterial and aren’t damaged by water contact, making them a great choice for kitchen and bathroom applications.• Slate – Slate tiles are growing in popularity due to their versatility. They are used outdoors as well as inside the home and are even utilized as roofing shingles. Slate tile is available in several color ranges, from gray to purple to black. • Travertine – Travertine is a type of limestone. Beige travertine tiles are used for bathroom floors, kitchen backsplashes, shower mosaics, and more. Although travertine tiles are soft and require several coats of sealant, homeowners appreciate their relatively low cost compared to other natural stone.• Marble – Marble tiles have been used for centuries in homes to create a luxurious, unique look. There are variations in the color of each tile, creating a one-of-a-kind design which many homeowners prize, while others prefer a more consistent look, like ceramic tile. Marble tiles are porous and must be sealed.• Onyx – Onyx is well known for its creamy, pearl-like look and striking colors. Costly and somewhat fragile, onyx tiles are not a common choice for flooring, but they can make a beautiful, bold design statement. • Sandstone – Sandstone, which is extremely durable, has a grainy look and feel. Sandstone tiles range in color from yellow to pink and red, and are great for kitchen flooring.For more information contact or visit us at http://goelworld.com/
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WHY YOU SHOULD BUY CEMENT TILES• Non-slippery: Bare feet stay put, even when wet. • Durable: With some types of flooring, it’s tempting to kind of tiptoe around because you’re afraid of damaging the flooring. Cement tile is very durable and isn’t going to stain or scratch. With a bit of care, it can last for generations.• Customizable: Each tile is hand crafted. If you don’t see an in-stock color combination, size or shape you like, a manufacturer can easily create one for you.• Vibrant: These days, many people are trying to embrace a more modern or even minimalist look in their homes. This means getting rid of “stuff”. Instead of cluttering your home with all kinds of accent pieces, you can rely on your cement tile floor to provide the pop of color or bold pattern that brings the room together. Cement tile comes in a huge variety of colors and patterns, from graceful multi-color designs reminiscent of a Persian rug or Moroccan tile floor to simple geometric patterns in bold contrasting tones.• Easy Care: Cement tile is extremely low maintenance. Pretty much all you ever need to do to take care of it is mop with water and a mild soap. Cement tile is going to let you spend less time cleaning and more time doing the things you really enjoy.• Environmentally friendly: They’re made of natural components, and because they’re not fired, no fossil fuels are burned in their production. They’re also made with natural pigments.• Versatile: Another benefit of cement tile is that it is very versatile. This makes it an ideal choice for connecting indoor and outdoor living areas as the tile is suitable for both environments. Cement tile can also be used on countertops, backsplashes, fireplace surrounds, and accent walls for even more design flexibility.If you are interested in adding cement tile to your home, come Goel World, Lucknow or visit us at http://goelworld.com/. Our experienced tile design consultants will be happy to show you our selection of in stock cement tiles and help you plan your design project. visit us at http://goelworld.com/
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TYPES OF TIMBER1. Sawn timber:Sawn timber is commonly procured in standard sizes. Sawn wood can be industrially graded, which helps to select the right timber for the right job. It can also be seasoned (dried) or treated to increase its durability. In humanitarian emergencies (and in some architectural traditions) structures may be constructed using ungraded, unseasoned and untreated timber, often called 'green timber'.2. Poles:Poles are often used in simple constructions built by non-professionals, though they are increasingly used in technically complex buildings. Poles can be very strong, employing the natural structural strength of the tree itself.Poles can be cut from younger trees than those used for sawn wood and can be a by-product of thinning larger trees. They are often cheaper as there are fewer processing costs Removing bark from poles (de- barking, peeling or rounding) may be required by importing authorities.3. Timber composites:Timber composites include plywood medium density fibreboard (MDF), oriented strand board (OSB) and hardboard. They are made up of layers of timber or timber chips glued together.Often used for walls and floors, they provide lightweight strength at relatively low cost. They are also used in concrete formwork and for decorative purposes.Durability and resistance against decay and pests is determined by the adhesives and resins used in the production process.4. Palm (coconut) timber:Palm trees do not produce growth rings as other trees do, and the timber is softer in the centre. As well as the trunk being used for structural purposes leaves can be used for thatching. Palm timber is a resource that is often overlooked.For more information on timber please contact or visit us at http://goelworld.com
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