Category: "Flooring"

4 Myths About Carpeted Flooring

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I love watching the HGTV shows. Some of the design ideas you can gain from 30 minutes of television are simply amazing. But I’ve noticed one thing on virtually every show I watch about redesign and remodeling … people hate carpeting. It’s a common trend throughout these shows. Yet I always have to ask why?...

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A Guide To Choosing Mahogany Flooring

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What comes to mind when you hear the word mahogany? Elegance? Class? Style? Mahogany is a straight grained, reddish brown wood harvested from three tropical hardwood species indigenous to the Americas. The Honduran, or big leaf mahogany, has a range from Mexico to the southern Amazon in Brazil, and is the only true mahogany species...

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Wood Look Porcelain Tile vs Wood Floor: How To Use Both

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Lets face it; Coloradans love their wood floors. And rightfully so. Colorado is a rugged, outdoors kind of place. A place where we enjoy being outdoors almost every day of the year. From snow skiing and tubing, to water skiing and biking, those 325 days of sunshine each year give us a chance to do...

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The Differences Between Red and White Oak

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Oak trees are one of the most widely recognized trees on the planet. There are hundreds of oak species, and grow on almost every continent (minus Antarctica). There are many different types, colors and styles, and are used for production in almost every type of wood product imaginable. No wonder its one of the most...

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A Look At Beech Hardwood Flooring

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Throughout history, the beech tree has held a special place in the hearts of mankind. Lovers look to beech trees to keep their romance alive forever. If people cut their initials into the bark of a beech tree, the bark grows around the carving, creating a sign of love that goes on forever. But of...

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Should You Consider Jatoba Flooring?

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Looking for new floors? Have you decided wood flooring is the best investment for your home? How about looking at Jatoba flooring? Jatoba flooring, also known as Brazilian cherry flooring, is a popular choice in exotic hardwood floors. Jatoba doesn’t actually come from a tree; instead, it comes from a 130 foot legume. Like other...

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What Laminate Floor Warranties Cover

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Laminate flooring is one of the most durable products on the market; no wonder it’s used so much in homes throughout the Denver Metro area. When it comes to installing such a durable product in your home, it’s only natural to assume that you will have many years of enjoyment. Not only should it look...

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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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