Category: "Flooring"

What Flooring Is The Warmest?

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If you’ve lived in Denver for any length of time, you know temperatures can vary significantly every month of the year. The coldest month is usually January, but that doesn’t mean cold fronts can’t cause temperatures to dip unseasonably low every month of the year. Even in the summer months, you might have to pull...

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Can Your Office Flooring Be Making You Sick?

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We’ve been changing the way we work for a long time. Think back to the offices of yesteryear. Almost everyone who worked outside of the home went to the office. Individuals had offices where they could close the doors. Even workers had partitions between them, helping to define their workspace. No more. According to a...

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What Flooring Do You Use For Underfloor Heating?

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Think back to the coldest day this past winter. There was more than a chill to the air; you might argue you were chilled to the bone. As homeowners, we’re trained to drop the temperatures in our homes while we sleep or while we’re away all day at work or school. Why pay to heat...

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7 Reasons Wood Floors Are The Best

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Have you noticed almost every home you go into across the Front Range has wood floors? There’s a reason for that. Head back in time, and you’ll find homes predominately used wood for floors. This wasn’t expensive wood, rather it was whatever fit their budgets, often being little more than particleboard. Of course, they didn’t...

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How To Love The Flooring You Select When You Have Pets

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I stopped by a friend’s house the other day. She’d invited me over for coffee and conversation. “And bring your dog.” Our puppies grew up together and were great friends. As we entered, I bent down, wiping her paws off with a towel. “Don’t worry about it. The floors are beyond repair anyway. There isn’t...

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Why Does Flooring Need To Acclimate?

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According to the Oxford dictionary, the word acclimate means: To become accustomed to a new climate or to new conditions. To respond physiologically or behaviourally to a change in an environmental factor under controlled conditions. Whether you’re redecorating a room or remodeling sections of your home, the word acclimate as it applies to your flooring...

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Choose Resilient Flooring For Your Kitchen and Bathroom Projects

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Looking for the perfect flooring for your kitchen or bathroom project? Maybe it’s time to give resilient flooring another look. Resilient flooring isn’t your mom and dad’s flooring choice. It’s come a long way since the vinyl flooring that stretched across the modern home built in the 1900s, thin, often with asbestos, and not very...

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Refinish Your Old Hardwood Floors or Replace

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It’s a tale as old as time. You’ve had hardwood floors since you first purchased your home. You love them. But lately, they’re looking a bit worn. Like the scratches in the hallway from where the dogs love to play. And the rough patch in the corner where you didn’t notice the standing water for...

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Will I Be Happy With Cork Floors?

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When you decide to upgrade your flooring, there’s a lot to consider. If you already have carpet installed, it’s easy just to replace it with new carpeting. You know how it wears. You’re used to the maintenance. Why change it up? Yet sometimes you’re ready for a change. Maybe you’ve been living with your current...

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What’s The Best Floor Adhesive For Your Project?

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Whether you’re planning a do-it-yourself project, or will hire someone to install new flooring for you, it’s not just the flooring material you should concern yourself with. Floor adhesive is also important. Floor adhesive will ultimately determine the wearability factor of your flooring. It can also introduce chemicals into your home you may not be...

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