Archive For: August, 2019

How To Keep Your Commercial Flooring Projects On Time and On Budget

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The larger the project, the more thought has to go into the entire process. A project that takes a couple of hours can be done on weekends or offtime, when tenants or employees are out of the office. But when a job is bigger, when it involves days of labor, and will bring disruption to...

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What About Flooring End Of Life?

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Of all the materials located in a commercial or retail location, flooring is arguably one of the most visible and one of the most important components to a building structure. It makes a first impression It provides safety with the changing seasons and weather conditions It creates a comfortable environment Few would argue that commercial...

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Is Sheet Vinyl Good?

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Back in the early 1900s, the way we decorate our houses changed in many ways. Can you imagine going back to a time without modern appliances? Or without insulation? Or without beautiful flooring? Vinyl flooring first came popular in the years following World War II. It was considered a major upgrade over linoleum, and offered...

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The Pros and Cons of Adding Vinyl Flooring To Your Home

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Vinyl flooring is one of the most popular types of resilient flooring because it’s easy to install, low maintenance, water-resistant, and is one of the most economical flooring choices you can make. It’s also very popular among homeowners looking for a softer flooring that makes standing easier. It’s a great addition to hallways and entryways...

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How Wide Should Hardwood Floors Be?

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Do you love watching home improvement shows on HGTV? The ones where the hosts walk into truly ugly homes, rip it all apart, and build it back up again from the ground up? Me too. It’s a great way to get ideas from some of the top interior designers in the country. You can see...

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How To Evaluate Carpet Quality Before You Invest In Commercial Carpet

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Sure, it’s important how a carpet looks. You want it to be beautiful, and to add the “wow” factor to your room. But equally important is carpet quality. If it isn’t made well, it won’t perform well over the lifespan of the carpet. Carpet quality comes from a variety of factors, including how well the...

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How Do I Choose Hardwood Flooring

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Want to take on a project that adds beauty and resale value to your home? Look down … the answer may lie with your flooring. The average ROI for installing hardwood flooring is somewhere between 70 and 80 percent. Hardwood flooring can add up to 2.5 percent more to the price you charge for your...

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Is Cork Flooring Good For High Traffic Areas?

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Thinking of putting in new flooring in your home? Although cork flooring has been around for decades, it’s only recently started making waves in the flooring industry. New technology has made a viable flooring choice for just about any situation. Why do people like cork flooring? One of the top reasons is it’s a “green”...

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