Is Berber Carpet Still In Style?

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“I’ve had Berber carpeting before and love everything about it. I’m redoing the floors in my current home and would love to install Berber carpet, but I’m worried about having my home look out of date. I may be selling it in the next year and want something that will hold its value, not take...

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Understanding Warranties With Hardwood Flooring

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In today’s world, we are trained as consumers to never buy large home improvement items without ensuring a warranty is in place. But what does a warranty really mean? And what does it do for you as a consumer? Warranties with lifetime guarantees sound great and can boost the sellability of a product; but does...

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A Guide To Flooring Adhesives

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When a new floor is installed into your home or your place of business, most people spend a lot of time thinking about the floor, and not a lot of time thinking about how its installed. Flooring adhesives serve many purposes, with the main one being to hold your floor in place. Yet all adhesives...

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Fixing Frayed Carpets At Transitions

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“We recently bought a house in a neighborhood we love. The carpet is in pretty good shape and we weren’t planning on replacing it just yet, but we do have one problem. The carpet transitions into tile at one of the bathrooms and it’s fraying. Is there anything I can do? Is this a DIY...

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What Does Carpet Stretching Mean?

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Have you ever noticed bubbles, wrinkles, ripples or other bunched up areas in your carpeting? And once you notice a small problem, have you ever wondered why it seems to increase in size very quickly? It’s because carpeting is meant to be stretched tight. And once it begins to loosen, and forms any type of...

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4 Carpet Installation Problems and How To Avoid Them

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Ready to have new carpet installed in your home this year? Carpeting isn’t something you select every day, so it’s easy to be overwhelmed with the process. Carpets are meant to last for years, and give you worry-free living you can enjoy. And if you don’t choose the company you do business with wisely, or...

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How To Blend Your Flooring With Kitchen Décor

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Designing and remodeling your kitchen isn’t as easy as picking out the things you like best from your home improvement store. It also takes a lot of coordination to allow your kitchen design to seamlessly blend in with your overall house design and style. In order to create a well designed kitchen, it’s important to...

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What You Should Know About Carpet Ratings

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When it comes time to purchasing carpet, we all want the best quality we can afford. After all, we’ve all lived with sub-par carpeting in a rental unit, or visited a home with threadbare carpets that looked anything but appealing. We want quality We want plush We want a great color We want something that...

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How To Choose Flooring From A Small Sample

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When you’re ready to install a new floor in your home, it can be exciting thinking about the potential. Maybe you’re replacing old carpeting with a new color. Maybe you’re installing natural stone tile throughout. Maybe you’re finally installing the hardwoods you’ve dreamed about for years. In any case, the change will be warm and...

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Tips For Choosing Flooring In Your Home’s Entryway

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Snow boots in the winter. Grass and water from the summer. Mud and dirt from every season. The entryway to our homes take a beating all year through. Yet it’s also the place where we welcome guests, where people make a first impression about the home that lies beyond. It’s how we showcase who we...

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