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Selecting, installing and taking care of Vinyl Flooring, that’s what goes on in this category. We will help you distinguish between the various types as well. Full instructions, tips and how-to’s (those can be pretty detailed) will go into our Learning Center so they can be more easily found than by scrolling through topics by date. We aim to be well illustrated with both images and videos.

Quick Answers: Can Vinyl Flooring Withstand Cold Temperatures?

We recently received this question in our FAQ section: Can vinyl floating floors be used where temperatures go below freezing with no heating in the winter? Great question! While there’s a quick answer right here, we decided to dive a little

Posted in Customer Q & A, Vinyl Flooring

What’s So Great About Luxury Vinyl?

Show of hands here, friends…who doesn’t love a little bit of luxury in their lives? When it comes to flooring, luxury is frequently associated with exotic solid hardwoods (link) like ebony and mahogany that set the bar for both beauty

Posted in Vinyl Flooring, waterproof

Do or Don’t: Vinyl Flooring

DO: Sweep and vacuum regularly. A little bit of daily maintenance keeps things nice and clean, and prevents allergens like dust and pet dander from building up.     DON’T: Let spills sit for too long. Even though the vinyl

Posted in Vinyl Flooring, waterproof

How Is Vinyl Flooring Made?

Welcome to the first in our new blog series, “How Is That Flooring Made?” First up: Vinyl!   What Is It? Vinyl is made from polyvinyl chloride (PVC) resin along with various additives such as plasticizers, stabilizers, pigments, and fillers.

Posted in How Is That Flooring Made, Vinyl Flooring

When Not To Buy Hardwood

We talk a lot about how important it is to understand your lifestyle needs when choosing a new floor. After all, flooring is an investment that’s meant to stand up to a home’s demands with beauty and durability for years

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

Black Friday Deals All Week Long!

Pssst…Black Friday is coming up! Since it’s hard to get decent internet when you’re living under a rock, I’m going to assume that yes, you know Black Friday is on its way. But. But. Did you know our great deals

Posted in Ceramic, Hardwood Flooring, Laminate Flooring, Vinyl Flooring

Green Cleaning For Floors

There’s never been a more critical time to be environmentally conscious. With a skyrocketing global population, rising temperatures, and increased pollution, every small step towards reversing our carbon footprint counts. There are a lot of ways to integrate a more

Posted in Ceramic, Hardwood Flooring, Laminate Flooring, Vinyl Flooring

Getting The Most Value For Your Money

Making a large purchase can be a daunting prospect, especially when that big purchase is intended to last for many years. Flooring is no exception. It’s 100% understandable to want to get the best fit for your lifestyle as well

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

Why You Should Never Use Bleach to Clean Vinyl Floors

It goes without saying that proper care and maintenance is critical to ensuring a long and beautiful life with your flooring. Do your research, read the manufacturer’s recommendations, and understand that different flooring types will have different needs. Using the

Posted in Customer Q & A, Vinyl Flooring

Luxury Sheet Vinyl: New For July 2015!

What’s new at Floors To Your Home? Well, friends, it’s sheet vinyl! I know, I know. Sheet vinyl has gotten something of a bad rap over the years, but this isn’t the spongy, yielding material of yore. This isn’t faux

Posted in Vinyl Flooring, waterproof

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