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Pro: Easy to maintainFor routine cleaning of the surface, use a broom, vacuum cleaner or damp mop. The clear top wear layer of the laminated floor prevents spills and stains from penetrating the surface and ensures easy cleaning; also, it is durable and shows high resistance to scratches and fading due to UV rays.Tip: Make sure not to let any spills remain on the floor; clean them immediately so that the liquid does not penetrate to the substrate through the joints.
Upgrading from a manual to a motorised screen is also a fantastic investment. Otherwise, your choices are to buy a projector that has the ability to address full HD (high definition), and which has a keystone adjustment that allows you to mount it closer than normal yet get a non-distorted image on the screen. Tip: Always remember to mount your projector in a way that the revolving blades of your ceiling fan don’t obstruct the projection.In conclusion, it is possible to get a home theatre within a reasonable budget to meet your specific requirements, and an apartment can become an incredible pad to enjoy a movie with family and friends. It is fun to buy, easy to put together and exciting to upgrade.Read more:Over-the-Top (but Seriously Sexy) High-Tech Home Improvements10 Most Popular Home Gyms on HouzzTell us:What challenges are you facing for your apartment home theatre? Write in Comments below.