Unfortunately, all this is not true of the linoleum. Here, the coating should be treated more carefully, if you do not want ensure that you have the appropriate signs, mutilate your perfect floor. Furthermore laminate, in contrast to the linoleum, not burnt and is ready to withstand high temperatures. However, laminate floors are very smooth and slippery and your cat here will be difficult to catch on nails. 3.

Laying. Laying laminate flooring requires no special skills, as well as any additional equipment, you can cope well and independently. Peter Schiff may find this interesting as well. Secrete adhesives and glueless (Castle) way of application. In the latter case the time required to stow all boil down to a minimum – just need to snap a plate next to each other. Another plus an installation – possibility to replace damaged plates! Laminate pre-leveling floor is not required and can even be laid over old paint. Laying linoleum and does not require special expenses and it is in force any owner of the house. But for linoleum is required even floor because This coating is repeating even the small twists and bumps that are not very pleasing to the eye.

In the laminate, there is one very weak spot – the seams between the panels. If they do not handle a special composition, then they can get wet, mud and sand that can cause damage to the edges of the plates. 4. Ease of maintenance. Laminate is afraid of water, and wash it can only be a very well-wrung cloth and desirable especially for this cover detergents. It needs to be vacuumed using a special attachment for flooring, otherwise you and scratch. Linoleum can be washed as you'd like and what you wish, and even very hot water. However, laminate is not afraid of difficult spots, both on green fodder, oil, wine, etc., which can not say about the linoleum. Conclusion: The pros and cons like linoleum and laminate flooring in there for each of us selected criteria. So, the choice will have to do each independently taking into account what the pros and cons for you more essential, and which generally insignificant. However, remember that this is not an exhaustive list of criteria against which to approach the choice of flooring. And always browse the new trends on the market floor coverings! Here, as elsewhere in the trade, the rule: what was new today, tomorrow will be too old.

Water Supplying Tower

From these windows, decorated with colored bars, opened an extensive view of the Zamoskvorechye. In this form This garden is shown in the panorama of Moscow, published in Dutch under Peter the Great. In the garden there was an artificial pond depth of 2 feet of (1,42 m), where water was supplied by a special mechanism that was in still exist Water Supplying Tower tower. Waters graced 'water platoons' – fountains and two patterned carved pavilions. For the device hanging gardens on the stone arches of stacked bars of lead and sealed them, and poured on top topsoil thickness "a yard and a quarter." During the construction of only the top garden required, for example, more than 10 tons of lead. Lower Garden located on the slopes of the hill at the Kremlin Taynitskih gate and had a much smaller area – 1500 m 2. Fruit trees and shrubs were planted in it, as in the upper garden, on a square grid. An artificial pond, too, with "Platoon" was used not only as a decorative element, but also for fish farming.

In addition, in the garden have been posted greenhouses. The walls surrounding the garden were decorated master Peter Engelesom "pershpektivnym letter" – painting on Plant motivated – visually expand the space garden. Combined with classic interiors of homes, while the landscaping was strictly regular – track intersect at right angles and areas between them framed battens set at the edge. In the formed boxes planted plants. In the Kremlin gardens bloomed and fruited apple, pear, berry bushes, vines, and by some accounts, even walnut, then called "Tsargrad.