Archive For: February, 2017

Mats and Floor Runners As Safety Issues

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When you purchase proper floor mats and floor runners, they can be an effective way of creating a safer and more secure environment for pedestrian traffic within your commercial location. However, improper or poorly maintained mats and runners can be hazardous and cause slipping and falls. While floor mats and runners are widely used in...

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Stress Resistant Flooring

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Looking for flooring for your commercial building? There are a lot of things to consider. Flooring can come under a variety of different stresses, all of which require different applications to ensure safety and good looks. A parking garage requires different flooring than an entryway to a commercial building. Medical facilities have their own needs...

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How To Clean Tile Floors and Grout

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Want an easy floor to clean and maintain? Chances are you’ve considered tile. Tile is one of the most versatile flooring choices available, which is probably why tile flooring has been used in homes for centuries. In most cases, tile floors are easy to clean and won’t take up much time in your daily chore...

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What Flooring Choices Add Value To Your Home?

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One of the most popular remodeling projects homeowners take on is the kitchen. It’s one with the biggest payback when it comes time to sell. It’s also one of the costliest. If you’re planning on living in your home for several more years, select a flooring that suits your needs and tastes. If you want...

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What To Know About Carpet Before You Buy

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Some things exist in your home that you probably don’t spend a lot of time thinking about. Your carpet, for instance. Sure, you may vacuum it on a regular basis. You may spot clean it if you spill. But it normally takes years before you look at it with the thought of removing it and...

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Should You DIY or Hire A Contractor For Your Flooring Project?

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Flooring is one of the easiest ways to give your room a fresh new look. Whether you’re replacing tiles in the front entryway, or installing hardwood throughout, chances are you’re looking for ways to save money in the process. Where should you cut … and where should you splurge? Should you do it yourself? Or...

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Are Carpet Seams Acceptable?

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When you slide on your shirt or your pants in the morning, you probably don’t think much about the construction. We accept the fact that seams are a part of the construction. But what about your carpet? Carpet rolls come in three sizes – 12’, 15’, and occasionally 13’ 6”. That means if your room...

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