Archive For: September, 2017

How To Fight Allergies With Your Flooring

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With the change of seasons comes a whole new round of potential aggravators for allergy sufferers. Trees, plants, furry friends, all can trigger allergy symptoms and leave you feeling like you’re not quite yourself. But there is a way to combat the effects of allergies by incorporating the right type of flooring into your home....

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Selecting The Right Style and Texture For Your Carpet

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With so many different styles and textures of carpet, where do you begin? Loop pile is made from multi-level loops or tufts of equal height. The loop design means it’s a durable option for both residential and commercial applications. Cut pile uses cut construction to create many different styles and patterns. This type of carpet...

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What Makes Berber Popular

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Berber carpet is popular because of its rugged good looks, its durability, and its economic cost. Berber is a high level loop weave of tight yarn loops that stand upright in a nubby texture. Berber makes a great choice for a busy, active household as it hides footprints and handles well under lots of activity....

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The Perfect Flooring For Your Nursery

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There are many things to worry about when you bring your bundle of joy home for the first time. You may spend hours considering the right colors, selecting the right furniture, even choosing the right fabrics that will be next to your baby’s skin. But what about the flooring in your nursery? Are hardwoods too...

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Sanitary and Unsanitary Water Damage To Your Carpet

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One of the most difficult situations facing any homeowner is knowing what to do with carpeting if you sustain water damage. There is no standard for dealing with every flooding situation. Every crisis must be considered based on the circumstances of the event. A few questions can help you determine the next steps to take...

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Flooded Flooring When Should You Replace Everything

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Have you had a flood in your home? Whether the toilet overflowed or what levels rose throughout your home, here’s what you need to know about replacing your flood damaged flooring. The biggest factor is the kind of flooring you have. Indoor carpet – you should remove it as soon as possible. Carpet and padding...

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Carpet Condition Test – How Old Is Too Old?

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When a carpet manufacturer lists how long a carpet should last, it’s merely a guess. After all, they don’t understand your family dynamics and how much wear and tear your carpet will receive. Some carpets may last for 2 years while others may last up to 20. Yet sooner or later all carpet must be...

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Does Your Carpet Smell?

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Have you ever walked into a room and had a bad smell? You’re not sure what it is, but it seems to be lurking in your carpet. It may even get a little worse on hot summer days. It might be your carpet. Just like stains, your carpet fibers can trap odors, making the scent...

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