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Solid & Engineered Hardwood Flooring – Pros & Cons

For more details, see our Flooring Learning Center article Solid or Engineered, but this quick, basic list should give you a quick idea of how these two basic forms of hardwood flooring compare. Solid Hardwood Flooring Pros • All Natural

Posted in Hardwood Flooring

Why Start Installing Laminate Flooring Away From The Wall?

We had some questions come in based on the video at the bottom of the post. In it, Adam starts a laminate installation a few feet away from the wall, then, after a few rows are locked together, pushes it

Posted in Basic Installation Tips, Customer Q & A, Laminate Flooring

What is the best floor for your kitchen?

< !DOCTYPE html> When you are looking to install or replace the floor in your kitchen, the choice needs to reflect your lifestyle (married with children, empty nester, single, etc.). This room is a high traffic area in which your

Posted in Laminate Flooring, Vinyl Flooring, Which Floor for Which Room?

5 Reasons Why Laminate Flooring Works Best for families with Young Children

Which flooring material is best suited to handle children and pets in busy homes, for families who are always looking for the ideal, kid-friendly options? Laminate Flooring is a fantastic option for families in search of a warm, natural hardwood

Posted in Laminate Flooring, Which Floor for Which Room?

Best Flooring for your Apartment (Yes, the one you’re renting!)

In the comments section under our video on Loose Lay Vinyl Plank Flooring, one viewer wrote to us: “Best part of this is that you could put this in an apartment, and pull it up when you move! I *LOVE*

Posted in Customer Q & A, Vinyl Flooring, waterproof, Which Floor for Which Room?

How To Get A Floor Sample

We highly recommend that you order a sample prior to purchasing any new flooring. We put a lot of effort into getting good images of the floors up on our site, but computer monitors differ from one another to a

Posted in Customer Q & A, Z-Level: Our Odds & Ends

Design Options for Hardwood Floors

< !DOCTYPE html> Today, our guest blogger is Jennifer Lutz, a home décor blogger for the Home Décor 101 series. She has put together various design options for hardwood floors to add interest and break out of the design box.

Posted in Guest Posts, Hardwood Flooring

Four Waterproof Flooring Terms that You Need to Know

< !DOCTYPE html> We get this kind of question a lot: “How can a plank floor really be waterproof? Won’t a flood of water eventually get through the seams to my subfloor?” Yes. It absolutely can. There is no floor

Posted in Customer Q & A, Laminate Flooring, Vinyl Flooring, waterproof

The Key to a Safe Hardwood Floor Installation Project

< !DOCTYPE html> Today’s Guest Author, Stan Mason, is an independent handyman from Middle Georgia. Whether you might consider installing a new hardwood floor yourself, or hire installers, his advice on safety is well worth reading.     The Key

Posted in Guest Posts, Hardwood Flooring

Best Flooring For A Flooding-Prone Basement

< !DOCTYPE html> Stephen asks, on our post What is the best flooring for a basement? Hello David My wife and I are in the process of fixing our basement following some water flooding. We currently have wool carpet which

Posted in Customer Q & A, Vinyl Flooring, waterproof, Which Floor for Which Room?

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