Uniont kitchen countertop, 2014-10-14 17:45:24.
Yes, you would probably still find tile on the floor (like the masses) but it would most likely be porcelain and not ceramic. You and I can load our station wagon up with tiles from Home Depot at $3 per square foot, but even stores for the masses like Lowes and Color Tile have tile that run over $20 per square foot in their showroom so as you can imagine there are many varieties of tile at over $50 per square foot to please the hedge fund managers. (Other floors you may find in these posh settings: cork, marble, travertine tile and seamless hardwood.)
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The primary reasons for getting the chimney cleaned regularly is safety. Most fires that are lit in homes result in creosote, which goes up through the chimney along with the other elements of smoke. Usually, this creosote will get on the chimney walls and clog up the chimney cap. If the clogging becomes too much, or the creosote is too thick on the chimney walls, this can cause a very large fire. When a fire starts in the chimney, it is incredibly difficult to stop it from reaching other parts of the home.
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