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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.

WPC Vinyl Flooring: The Best of Both Worlds

Supreme Click INNOcore Engineered Luxury Vinyl Flooring represents a step forward in flooring innovation. Beautiful laminate appearance meets waterproof technology and an ultra-effective soundproofing pad for a floor that seamlessly melds beauty and top quality! Unlike COREtec™ flooring, though, Supreme

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Flooring Trends 2015

Oh, February. The weather outside is frightful and the prospect of spring, while delightful, is still just out of reach. This time of year a little pick-me-up is invaluable. In the wise, wise words of Miss Donna Meagle: Now, I

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

Let’s Talk Subfloors!

When planning a new flooring project in your home, you’ll encounter one of three types of subfloor: cement, wood, or a pre-existing floor covering. Each has its own unique needs, which we’ll get to in a second. Regardless of what

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Choosing The Best Floor For Your Pets

Nothing makes a house feel like a home more than family, friends, and loved ones. Of course, family includes more than humans. Many of us choose to share our homes and hearts with an animal friend or two (or three…or

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

Floor Padding: When Do You Need It?

Underlayment is a term used for the padding placed below a floor. Underlayments serve as protection against moisture, they absorb sound, and they decrease subfloor imperfections. The padding is commonly made from foam, felt, rubber or cork, and usually comes

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Different Floor Surface Textures Infographic

When you look at flooring you’ll hear a lot of terms for a lot of features. One set of these is for surface texture. What do these words mean, and how do these things look?     Different Floor Surface

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Loose Lay Vinyl Plank in a Herringbone Pattern

On our YouTube page, Grant asked us the following: “Hi, have you had any success laying the loose lay LVT in a herringbone pattern?”     Grant, we haven’t installed it this way ourselves, but I checked with the team,

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Which Flooring Expands and Contracts the Least?

While the expansion and contraction of a particular kind of flooring is not usually one of the top 10 factors in the decision about which kind to buy, it is a feature of almost all floors. Changes in humidity and

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Light Floors vs. Dark Floors

It’s one of the important things to consider when choosing color tones for your floor.     There are a variety of floor colors available from bleached whites and pale tans to deep reds and dark browns. Choosing which color

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

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?

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