Better Business Blog of Mississippi – Welcome Y’all!

Dear Fellow Business Men and Ladies in Mississippi:

This here is our website which we wanted to put together to create some exposure for our local business folk. It’s not that fancy – we know – but we thought that this would be better than nothing. So here goes – the reason for the site and how y’all can benefit from it.

First up, we wanted to clear up any misunderstanding or confusion with the similarity between BBB Mississippi and the Better Business Bureau, which also goes by BBB. We ain’t that sure who thought of it first, but we’ll give them the benefit of the doubt (just kidding). Anyways, we thought that Better Business Blog is a better description of what we are planning on doing here.

If you own a business and would like to have it featured or listed on our website, please feel free to shoot us a message via our contact form. We’ll have a look at your website and consider if it’s good enough for our BBB Mississippi website or not. Alternatively, you may have had business dealings with companies outside our beloved State or country and would like to post an article about it here. That’s okay too!

Maybe you have a video or funny picture of uncle Pete losing his pants on a cat fishing trip. I personally would love to see that – but it’s not what this website is for. Feel free to share your videos with me, but it don’t mean I’m going to put them on the site.

With that being said, I think that wraps up what we’re planning on doing here. So send us your articles and recommendations and lets get this party going!


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Floor Refinishing Tips

If you can’t stand your old floor anymore and you have serious thoughts about replacing it, hold your horses and think again. Old floors can be repaired and restored to look like new, for only a fraction of the price of new ones. Why pay more when you can pay less and have the same benefits?

If you didn’t know it, you should find out that floor refinishing is definitely possible and relatively easy to do. You have to speak with a professional floor restoration technician about this, but the main techniques used are sanding, grinding and polishing. Additionally, there are some treatments that help the wood to regain its natural beauty and its color. All types of tired timber floors can go through this process of rejuvenation, so don’t hurry to throw away your old flooring. You can even learn how to refinish a floor yourself.

All you need is a good specialist in floor refinishing and restoration to help you make a correct assessment of your floors and recommend you the steps to be taken in order to bring them back to live again. In case your floors aren’t too worn out, is is possible that a simple revamping and cleaning are enough. If they are tired, sanding and grinding may be needed. However, it’s the job of a specialist to decide what works your floors need. We have one to recommend – see them on Foursquare

Even if you don’t trust this idea, give it a try and compare the restoration prices with the cost of replacing your floors with hardwood ones. We don’t talk about laminated flooring solutions here, as they are extremely cheap. Most homeowners don’t even think about giving up their timber floors for these modern solutions that aren’t as beautiful and as durable.

Another good floor refinishing tip is to listen to the specialists and apply those treatments that help increasing the durability of the timber. They aren’t expensive and they don’t need to be applied to often. You have it done once, and then you only follow up with maintenance cleaning every few years. If you manage to find a professional service provider in your area, you are going to find out everything you need for maintaining your floors like new for a very long time. You won’t need to think about replacing your floors ever again. Additionally, if you consider covering your tired floors with carpets, you should be aware that this can lead to various problems later on, as those floors do need to be restored in order to avoid infestations.

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