Flooring Accessories – Things To Ask Before You Invest In New Flooring

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You’re ready for new floors. You have an idea in mind. But flooring isn’t just about picking out the material. It requires a whole collection of accessories to finish the process. Granite Marble Hardwood Linoleum Laminate Carpet Vinyl Stone Each material requires its own extras to complete the project. Transitions, trims, vents, underlayments – it’s...

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Should You Invest In Extra Flooring?

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When you install new flooring, the inevitable will happen. You’ll drop a heavy pan and put a dent in the wood. You’ll move furniture and scrape the surface of your vinyl floors. You’ll drop red wine on your light carpet. You’ll either be grateful you invested in extra flooring. Or you’ll cringe inside knowing you’re...

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What You Need To Know About Broadloom Carpet

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Think carpet is waning in popularity? Think again. It currently makes up almost half of the flooring space, and it’s growing. Is there an advantage to having carpet in some rooms of your home? Of course. It helps warm up a bedroom. It’s soft underfoot in a playroom. And it adds noise control in a...

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3 Flooring Options That Work Well With Modern Home Design

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What does your dream home look like? One simple question. Yet it floods your mind with ideas. For many, they see a modern home design with clean lines, natural materials, and neutral color palettes that make you enter and say: ahhh. It takes advantage of natural light, letting it stream in and wash over the...

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How To Match Vinyl, Laminate, and Solid Hardwood

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In a perfect world, you would install all new flooring throughout your house at the same time. Yet most of us don’t live in a world where that’s possible. Instead, we take it one remodel at a time, hoping we can match up the flooring between rooms well enough that it won’t be noticeable. If...

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Selecting The Right Hardwood Floor Color For Your Space

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When most homeowners shop for new flooring, they come in with a goal in mind. Maybe they’ve dreamed of hardwood, and have a vision of it throughout their living space. Yet starting the process may be more difficult than it seems. Suddenly, multiple samples are available to you. And the more you look, the more...

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Give Your Rental Property The Best Flooring

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Fix and flip. Income property. Retire on passive income. Every media channel you watch nowadays is filled with advice on average people investing in rental property that will drive revenue into their pockets. And for good reason. Renting statistics show that the nationwide average for rental properties is $2,016 a month, with the current asking...

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Fall Is The Best Season To Buy and Install New Hardwood Floors

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Choosing flooring is a critical decision for both design and functionality. When a homeowner decides to remodel a room or renovate an entire house, flooring sets the stage for personality and lifestyle. Of course, you have different options. You may love the stone tile you’ve seen in your local decorating magazine. Or have loved the...

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This Is How You Select The Best Carpet For High-Traffic Areas

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Durability. It’s a word we frequently hear from homeowners searching for carpet. After all, you don’t want buyers’ remorse from the moment you lay your new carpet into place. And if you use the wrong carpet, it will show up almost instantly. If you lay carpet in a guest room used infrequently, it might last...

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Have a Family? You Probably Need Resilient Flooring

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Resilient flooring. It sounds a bit vague; a catch-all phrase that can include all sorts of flooring products. If you look up the term “resilient” in the dictionary, it means: Capable of returning to an original shape or position Flexible Able to recover readily For many homeowners, that’s exactly what they are looking for when...

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