2020

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Why Install Waterproof Vinyl Flooring In Your Home?

8 October 2020
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Waterproof vinyl flooring is an excellent solution to your flooring needs in many ways. Whether you want to make your floors more luxurious or you just want to upgrade from classic carpet or a more basic flooring style, going waterproof with available vinyl designs is a great idea. You can use waterproof vinyl flooring in any room of the home, although this flooring style is often used in kitchens, bathrooms, utility rooms, laundry rooms, or even basements. Read More …

Hardwood Floor Refinishing: How To Get Ready

21 July 2020
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Over time, your hardwood floors will start looking dull and suffer scratches. However, it is possible to restore their appearance with hardwood floor refinishing, which will add a brand-new coat over the top of the flooring. This process will completely transform the floors, removing several years' worth of wear and tear. Keep reading to learn a few steps that you should take to ensure your home is ready for the process of hardwood floor refinishing. Read More …

Why Engineered Hardwood Is Often the Better Choice

22 May 2020
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In today's society, where people are increasingly choosing all-natural and less processed options for everything from their food to their clothing, you might assume that plain, natural, solid hardwood flooring is the best option. Engineered hardwood might sound like a modern cop-out. But this is not the case at all. Engineered hardwood is, in many ways, an improvement on its older cousin solid hardwood flooring. Here are some of the benefits of choosing engineered hardwood flooring over other options. Read More …

Beautify Your Home By Installing Terrazzo Flooring, Countertops, Or Tile Walls

11 February 2020
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Terrazzo is a beautiful material that's excellent for many uses in and around your home. It can be used indoors and outside as flooring, on sidewalks, for pool decks, for countertops, and for a backsplash. Terrazzo is made with a base of concrete and a top of epoxy with bits of granite, marble, glass, quartz, or other stones embedded. Here's a look at how this versatile material can be used. Read More …