Category: "Flooring"

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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How To Clean Tile Floors and Grout

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Want an easy floor to clean and maintain? Chances are you’ve considered tile. Tile is one of the most versatile flooring choices available, which is probably why tile flooring has been used in homes for centuries. In most cases, tile floors are easy to clean and won’t take up much time in your daily chore...

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What To Know About Carpet Before You Buy

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Some things exist in your home that you probably don’t spend a lot of time thinking about. Your carpet, for instance. Sure, you may vacuum it on a regular basis. You may spot clean it if you spill. But it normally takes years before you look at it with the thought of removing it and...

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Should You DIY or Hire A Contractor For Your Flooring Project?

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Flooring is one of the easiest ways to give your room a fresh new look. Whether you’re replacing tiles in the front entryway, or installing hardwood throughout, chances are you’re looking for ways to save money in the process. Where should you cut … and where should you splurge? Should you do it yourself? Or...

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Are Carpet Seams Acceptable?

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When you slide on your shirt or your pants in the morning, you probably don’t think much about the construction. We accept the fact that seams are a part of the construction. But what about your carpet? Carpet rolls come in three sizes – 12’, 15’, and occasionally 13’ 6”. That means if your room...

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Using Steam Cleaners and Swiffer Cleaners On Your Floors

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We’ve all seen the commercials on television showing steam cleaners and Swiffer cleaners being used on floors. They show them as a better alternative to cleaning your hardwood, vinyl and laminate flooring. It’s hard not to buy into what they are selling. They make cleaning look like an easy job. Simply push a button and...

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How Flooring Can Make Your Room Look Bigger

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While the only way to make the size of your room larger is to knock down a wall or two, there are ways to give it the appearance of being larger without going through all of that hassle. Large Tiles Instead of installing standard size tiles, increase the size to create the illusion of a...

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