What Wood Flooring Warranties Cover … And What They Don’t

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You’ve decided you want to install wood flooring throughout your home. The search has begun for the right flooring that will ensure longevity and style for many years to come. But just when you thought selecting the right color was confusing, you found out different manufacturers come with different warranties, and the numbers can be...

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Is Your Bamboo Flooring Really Green?

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Want to choose a floor that is green? Looking for an environmentally friendly alternative when replacing your floors? Then you may have found the concept of bamboo flooring appealing. Bamboo is renewable resource; it is a grass that can grow very quickly. While it may take an oak tree 120 years to grow to maturity,...

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Tile Grout: Should You Replace or Repair?

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“I love the tile in my master bathroom. We installed it several years ago, it’s been easy to care for, and it’s a great color that goes with everything. The problem is with the grout. We chose a lighter grout to compliment it, and no matter how hard I scrub on it, it still looks...

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Top Styles of Area Rugs

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Here in Denver, one of the top flooring choices is hardwood, and with good reason. It’s stylish. It’s warm. It’s easy to maintain. And it looks great all year through. If you have hardwood floors throughout your home, you probably agree. Yet there may be certain areas of your home where hardwoods “bug” you a...

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The Importance Of Good Padding With New Carpet

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Carpet padding isn’t an afterthought; in fact, it should be considered in the same manner as when you choose your carpets. After all, the padding is what sets the stage for how well your carpeting will perform over the years. Carpet padding should be soft enough for comfort, yet sturdy enough to support the traffic...

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How To Clean Summer’s Toughest Carpet Stains

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It’s summer time. Which means the kids are out of school, the days are longer, vacation time is sprinkled throughout the weeks, and everyone is inside and outside more than ever. With all that activity, accidents are bound to happen more frequently. A fudgesicle here. A spilled soda there. And before you know it your...

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How Much Wood Does It Take For Wood Flooring?

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Are you one of the many homeowners who is trying to create a sustainable environment with the products you bring into your home? If wood is high on your list as a flooring choice, you’re on the right track. As long as you purchase wood floors through a manufacturer that uses sustainable practices, you’ll be...

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Here’s What You Didn’t Know About Cork Flooring

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If you’ve been doing any research on flooring choices, chances are you’ve come across an article or two on the benefits of cork flooring. Cork flooring is a good choice for every room in your home because of its soft features, its sustainability factor … and it looks great. But as much as you may...

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How To Keep Marble Floors Looking Their Best

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Marble flooring can add elegance to any room in your home. But if you choose to install marble floors, how do you keep them clean and looking their best for years to come? Marble is softer than other stones such as granite or travertine. Because it is less dense, it will more easily absorb liquids...

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Dealing With Seams and Your Vinyl Floor

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Depending on the size of your room, chances are you’ll have a seam somewhere in your room after you install your new vinyl floors. When seams are handled in the proper way, you’ll have a floor that looks great and lasts a long time without any problems. Yet if you’ve ever had vinyl floors where...

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