Category: "Flooring"

How To Survive Floor Renovation And Stay Married Too

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Taking on a new renovation project in your home? It can be costly, time consuming, and sometimes confusing too. Add in a little stress and emotions, and it can lead to fights with a spouse, making the project even more difficult to endure. Even the simplest of tasks can be tedious when you add in...

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Do I Really Need To Acclimate My Laminate Floors?

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You want the look and feel of hardwood floors. But laminate floors will serve you better. They’re more durable. They’re easier to care for. And they’re easier to install. But that doesn’t mean you can purchase them from your local flooring shop and install them the same day. Like hardwood flooring, laminate floors need a...

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Getting Your Floors Ready For The Holidays

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How are your holiday plans coming along? Are you hosting parties all season long? It’s one of the most popular times of the year to have family and friends over, entertaining, cooking, baking. That’s a lot of foot traffic across your floors. Your floors are the first thing your guests will notice. If they’re dirty,...

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Why Indoor Air Quality Matters When Selecting A Floor

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Indoor air quality – or IAQ – has become somewhat of a buzzword in the home improvement industry. You’ll hear it referred to with just about any product you buy. And with good reason. We’re just starting to realize the importance of the air we breathe in and its effect on our health for the...

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Natural Stone: It’s Not Just For Flooring Anymore

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When people think of natural stone, they tend to think of flooring. And we’ll admit that it’s one of our favorite materials to install as flooring. Nothing is as beautiful as the one of a kind look natural stone provides. But natural stone is so much more. It can be used in any room in...

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Flooded Floors? Will Homeowners Insurance Help?

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Had water damage to your flooring? A lot of homeowners face water damage every year. Water damage can happen for a number of reasons – too many to list here. But not all water damage is the same. Depending on the cause, your homeowner’s insurance may or may not cover the damage. And while we...

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Tips To Extend The Life Of Your Area Rug

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Nothing creates a more elegant look that an area rug accenting your hardwood floors. You’ve invested a lot of money in both your hardwood and your rug; how do you keep it looking good for years to come? To extend the life of your area rug, the most important part is vacuuming it frequently. Dirt...

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Waterproof vs Water Resistant Flooring: What’s The Difference?

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In some areas of your home, moisture can be a problem. Which is why it’s important that you install the right flooring for the conditions of your room. Manufacturers often state their products are “waterproof” or “water resistant”, but what is the difference? Waterproof Flooring Waterproof flooring will not degrade when it is submerged in...

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Want The Look Of Hardwood Flooring Without The Cost?

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Here in Colorado, hardwood flooring continues to take top billing in what homeowners choose for their homes. And while hardwood always looks beautiful in every setting, it doesn’t always make sense for every home. Hardwood requires more maintenance than other flooring choices. It is more susceptible to water damage. If the look of hardwood is...

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Finding The Best Flooring For Insulation

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When the temperatures start to dip here in Colorado, and the furnace kicks on in the morning, it’s natural to begin thinking about ways to make your home more efficient. Why let your conditioned air flow out of your home and pay more in the process? Many will tell you to look to your attic,...

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