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Finding the Right Flooring for Your Hobby Room

Finding the Right Flooring for Your Hobby Room

August 30, 2016

For those who are dedicated to one or more hobbies, it’s essential to have a space in the house where you can go to focus, be inspired, and get creative. From oil painting to ballet to playing the drums, your space should be built to facilitate and nurture your craft while keeping you safe and …

5 Ways New Flooring Can Improve Your Life

5 Ways New Flooring Can Improve Your Life

August 15, 2016

When you go to pick out new flooring and start visualizing how your home will look when you put new flooring down, you may not realize what a big impact it will have on your daily life. By taking the time to select the perfect flooring for your space, you may find that your life …

Basics for Choosing the Right Kitchen Flooring

Basics for Choosing the Right Kitchen Flooring

November 30, 2015

When many people think about the most significant, high-traffic areas in their home, the kitchen will often be excluded. But when you think about it, the kitchen is one of the most important areas of our domain! It plays a central role in the home for the whole family, especially if your family is keen …

Tips for Choosing Multiple Flooring Surfaces

Tips for Choosing Multiple Flooring Surfaces

December 9, 2014

They say “bigger is better,” but is that always the case? Everything is super-sized these days, including the size of materials we choose for our floors.  Consider your choices in hardwood and tile.  It used to be that wood flooring came in strips, anything less than 3 inches in width, and a typical strip was …

Using Wide Wood Planks and Large Tiles in a Small Room

Using Wide Wood Planks and Large Tiles in a Small Room

December 9, 2014

They say “bigger is better,” but is that always the case? Everything is super-sized these days, including the size of materials we choose for our floors.  Consider your choices in hardwood and tile.  It used to be that wood flooring came in strips, anything less than 3 inches in width, and a typical strip was …