Category: "Flooring"

What Flooring Would A Builder Select?

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If there’s anyone you can trust to fully understand the longevity of a product, it’s with someone who works with it every day. That’s why we pay special attention to what builders and contractors order and rely on when installing in homes and commercial properties throughout the Rocky Mountain region. Because builders know what works,...

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What Makes Linoleum A Solid Choice For Your Home

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Trying to decide the best flooring for your home? Maybe it’s time to consider linoleum. Linoleum is increasing in popularity for a variety of reasons. It’s eco-friendly. It’s easy to install. And the color and style choices make any look possible. Linoleum is a resilient flooring material, which means it’s flexible and soft to the...

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Choosing Non-Toxic Flooring

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Choosing non-toxic flooring may sound like a simple task, but as you begin looking around you’ll discover there many different opinions and options available. Which makes choosing a difficult task at best. If avoiding toxic chemicals on anything you bring into your home is important to you, certain flooring choices may be of concern. Air...

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Putting Safety First With Universal Designed Floors

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“Old age is like everything else. To make it a success, you’ve got to start young.” Fred Astaire There’s a lot of truth in those words. And it applies to many things in our lives, including the ability to stay in our homes for as long as possible as we age. Universal design doesn’t begin...

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What Is Marmoleum?

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Marmoleum is linoleum, but it’s not the drab flooring you’ll find in older homes. Marmoleum comes in a variety of colors, styles, and patterns. Unlike vinyl floors, Marmoleum has no foul odors or off-gassing in your home’s environment. It’s an Allergy Friendly certified product. It’s also SMART certified as a sustainable product. Why choose marmoleum?...

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Nylon or Polyester Carpet – Which Should You Choose?

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Shop around for new carpet and you’ll quickly discover that the most used carpet fiber materials are nylon or polyester. Both have their own characteristics. Both can make excellent choices. Which is right for you? While nylon and polyester are quite different in feel and performance, they do share a few characteristics. Both, for example,...

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How To Reduce Floor Noise

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No matter how long you’ve lived in your home, there may be a few areas that produce squeaks, creaks, noises or other amplified sounds. Walk across the floor, and you know exactly where every potential area is. Your kids may have even developed a pattern to avoid the places, knowing exactly how to stay quiet...

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Troubleshooting Common Hardwood Flooring Issues

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Hardwood floors are one of the most in-demand flooring options, and with good reason. Nothing is as beautiful as well maintained hardwood, but in many cases, it takes work to ensure it looks great all the time. Before you install hardwoods in a room or throughout your home, it’s important to understand how to maintain...

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What’s Right For You – Floor Covering or Structural Installation

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There are many types of flooring; you can choose one based on your needs and desires. All flooring falls into one of two categories: it’s either a floor covering that’s easily installed and removed, or it’s a structural installation. There are three types of flooring that provide structural installation: hardwood, ceramic tile, and stone. If...

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How To Match New And Existing Hardwood Floors

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Hardwood flooring has become the norm in homes all across the Denver Metro area. Hardwood flooring is by far the preferred choice in mid to higher end homes. But what if you have an older home and hardwood only exists in a few rooms? What if you only have hardwood in one – the kitchen,...

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