Understanding The Three Phases Of Flooring Installation

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Who installed your flooring? Believe it or not, it’s fairly easy to tell whether it was a professional or a DIY job. Ultimately, it comes down to the details. With carpeting, for example, seams are not that easy to do, especially if you don’t have the experience and don’t do it on a regular basis....

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Why Can’t I Install My Hardwood Flooring Myself?

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They make it look so easy, don’t they? Slap a few boards together with a few staples and – voila – your floor is installed. Yet the process is much more complicated than all of that. And in certain climates and conditions, it can add an extra layer of difficulty. Your flooring will be intact...

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Getting Rid Of Tar From Your Hardwood Flooring

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Have you ever had tar stuck to the bottom of your shoes? It’s a sticky mess. It’s a substance found in nature originating from roots and woods, and is primarily used for sealing roofing shingles. You’ll also find it on the wooden hulls of ships to prevent them from rotting. In diluted form, you can...

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Quick Remedies For Your Wood Floor’s Worst Enemies

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Have you ever dropped something to your hardwood flooring and instantly had an overwhelming feeling of doom? Instantly you know it’s going to leave its mark. Even quick action might not remove the unsightly stain from your hardwood flooring. There is hope. Even with some of the stickiest, messiest substances that tumble to your floor...

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Using Different Flooring Throughout Your Home

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Your flooring is one of the most important decisions you’ll make when it comes to redecorating your home. While it’s relatively easy to paint a new color or install a new curtain, your flooring is something that will be a part of your decor for many years to come. You don’t want a haphazard look....

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Porcelain Tile For Indoor and Outdoor Use

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Today’s homes are being reimagined right before our eyes. Sure, we like our space indoors. But here in Colorado, we value our outdoor space equally. And when the weather warms, and the sun shines longer into the evening, we want to be outdoors to enjoy the fresh air. That means many homes are creating entertaining...

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What To Expect From Natural Fiber Carpeting

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In today’s world, we’re getting back to natural living. We see it in the foods we eat and the materials we use within our homes. While most carpeting is made from at least some synthetic fibers, there are few choices that are entirely natural. However, you can find some beautiful carpet and rug choices that...

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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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