Archive For: March, 2017

How Do Carpet Fibers Impact Your Flooring?

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For many, the thought of having to replace your carpeting ranks right up there with visiting the dentist. It’s a necessary task that you put off until you absolutely have to replace. Because of that, you might not realize all of the choices currently available to you. Carpet has changed a lot over the past...

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Subway Tile In Glass, Travertine, Marble, and More

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Think subway tile only comes in ceramic? Think again. Because of its increasing popularity, subway tile comes in all kinds of materials, colors, shapes, and sizes. And because of it, you can create any design you’ve been dreaming of. Subway tile gets its name from being the decor choice on subway platforms. These ceramic tiles...

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Spring Cleaning – Caring For Your Floors

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Sometimes the winter seems never to end. But when milder days begin to appear, and we finally get the chance to open up our homes to fresh air, you may begin to see the effects winter had on your floors. Dust, dirt, water puddles, and salt from the winter months can cause scratches that will...

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5 Ways To Choose The Right Flooring For Your Industry

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When it comes to selecting commercial flooring, there are a few important things you should consider. 1. Traffic Flooring needs for a warehouse retail store are different than a small, private practice in an office building. Floors can withstand a lot of abuse, from constant foot traffic, to consistent movement of heavy equipment and machinery....

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Not All Wood Floors Are Equal

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Have you ever thought about what having a wood floor really means? What is the difference between engineered wood and laminate? What if it looks like wood, yet is actually stone? One thing is for sure: today’s wood floors aren’t what your parents installed in their homes a generation ago. Hardwood In many cases, when...

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The Right Flooring Choice For Our Climate

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Denver has seen its fair share of growth in the past few years. And who can blame them? Denver has a lot to offer. But whether you’re moving in from the coast or the midwest, you may find we do things a bit different here. You would never expect to find a beach house right...

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Why We Love Mosaic Tile In The Bathroom

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Have a small bathroom and looking for ways to make it appear bigger than it really is? Consider mosaic tile. Mosaic tiles are mostly made from pieces of stone, colored glass or other materials, and are small, flat, roughly square pieces. They are frequently used in design in many rooms in your home, including kitchens,...

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Coconut Palm Flooring: An Eco-Friendly Alternative

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Looking for an eco-friendly alternative for the flooring in your home? How about installing coconut palm flooring? Coconut palm flooring is made from reclaimed plantation-grown coconut or sugar palms. They are past their fruit-bearing years, and are harvested to provide a second commodity rather than being burned or dumped in totality in a landfill. Many...

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