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Own A Business? 3 Steps To Keep Your Commercial Flooring Looking Its Best

26 April 2017
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If you own a business, you know how important it is to present a clean environment to your customers. A dirty office can send the wrong message, and may cause you to lose business. To provide the right environment for your clientele, it's important that you keep things as clean as possible. That level of cleanliness should continue all the way down to your flooring. You might not realize this, but your customers are looking at your floors. Read More …

Why Vinyl Plank Flooring Is A Good Choice When You Have Pets

11 April 2017
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When you have pets in the house, it's a challenge to keep your floors clean. Your animals spend a lot of time on the floor and leave behind odors, hairs, saliva, and even the occasional accident. If you love pets and intend on always having them in your life, then you should make things easier on yourself by installing pet-friendly flooring. One good choice is vinyl plank. Here's why it's a good match for pets. Read More …

Floor Tiling 101: 3 Easy Tips For Choosing Tiles For Small Spaces

21 March 2017
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A small home can either feel cramped or cozy. Unfortunately, if you are like most people you probably don't like the feeling of being crammed into a room. Luckily, you can trick your eye into believing your space is much larger by using the right floor tile. Incredibly easy and very effective, switching up your floor tile is a great way to revamp a small space. So how you can use floor tile to make your space appear larger? Read More …

Engineered Wood Vs. Hardwood Flooring: Pros And Cons

3 March 2017
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Choosing what type of hardwood floors you want in your home can be a difficult decision, especially when there are so many options available to you. You can go with a hardwood-look flooring (floors that mimic hardwood) such as vinyl, ceramic or laminate, or you can stick to something a little closer to solid wood such as engineered wood. The last option is solid hardwood floor planks. The type of flooring you choose depends on your style, needs, and budget. Read More …

How To Repair Hardwood Flooring Scratches And Gouges Without Completing A Full Floor Refinish

29 February 2016
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Your solid hardwood floor can be sanded down and refinished up to a dozen different times during its lifetime to keep it looking great and lasting long. But, if your hardwood floors have become damaged with gouges and scratches, you can repair them without sanding them down to the wood for refinishing. With the right tools and instructions, you can repair this type of damage to your hardwood floors. Here are instructions to help you. Read More …