Category: "Hardwood Flooring"

A Guide To Subfloor For Wood, Tile and Other Flooring

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With every flooring you install, there is another layer – a subfloor – that provides stability and strength. Without a proper subfloor in place, the longevity of your flooring can be decreased substantially. But what is subflooring and what works best for each kind of floor? If you were to look at your flooring from...

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What To Expect When Installing Hardwood Flooring For The First Time

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You’ve been living with your old floors for ages. You’re tired of the worn out carpeting in the living space, vinyl in the kitchen. You want the seamless look of hardwoods flowing through every room of your home. Just think how much your home will change once your hardwood flooring is installed. Yet if you...

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Do You Believe These Myths About Engineered Flooring?

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What do you think of when you hear the words “engineered flooring?” There have been many myths circulating about engineered floors, making it a misunderstood flooring option. And if you believe any of these, it may be holding you back from using this in your home. Read on to change your mind about this practical...

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Carpet or Wood? What Should You Do With The Stairs

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Hardwood floors are the flooring of choice in many homes throughout the Denver Metro region. Yet as much as we love hardwood in our living space, carpeting remains a top choice for the bedrooms to provide warmth and comfort. What’s the best way to connect the two? Should you carpet your stairs … or use...

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When Winter Weather Damages Your Hardwood Floors

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It happens every year. The sun rises a little later. The sun sets a little earlier. The mornings turn cold. The snow begins to fall. And winter is in full swing. Here in Colorado, that may mean warm, sunny afternoons with heat falling across your hardwood floors. Then you wake up to two feet of...

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Should Your Next Choice In Flooring Be American Cherry?

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When it comes to buying things for you home, do you prefer to buy American whenever possible? While that can be difficult in many industries, flooring has viable options that are perfect additions to your home. And one of our favorites is American Cherry wood flooring. American Cherry wood is rich in culture here in...

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Home Flooring Trends: Choose Light Color Hardwood For Optimal Appeal

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Ready to remodel and upgrade your home? If you’ve looked through design magazines, you’ve noticed a wide array of trends. While Radiant Orchid was 2014’s color of the year, by 2015 the color changed to Marsala, a terracotta red shade rich and grounded in earthtone shades. Head back in time and you’ll discover the color...

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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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