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While vinyl and laminate flooring have been long seen as cheaper flooring material, technological advancements in floor manufacturing have made these materials affordable, comparable, and highly sought-after in active homes. Many homeowners don’t realize the difference between vinyl and laminate flooring, and the two materials are sometimes confused for one another. Material Differences Vinyl is […]
Having large, open rooms is the ideal look for any home, but you may not have many open spaces in your home. Not to fear—there are a number of ways that you can transform a small room to look larger and more open without having to completely renovate your home to create those spaces. Wider […]
Owning a dog is a wonderful experience. They are part of your family and love you unconditionally. Unfortunately, man’s best friend can cause damage to your home if you do not have the right flooring. Despite being lovable and friendly, dogs can scratch floors, shed, and have the occasional accident. It is estimated that 40% […]
Kids bring a lot of joy into life. But they also bring a lot of spills, sickness, dropped toys, temper tantrums, and other things that can cause chaos for your floor. Here are a few good ideas for kid-friendly flooring: Carpet Carpet can be great because it’s soft, it helps with noise reduction, and it […]
If you want a great looking floor but don’t want to empty your bank account, think about installing vinyl. It’s cheap, easy to install for the do-it-yourselfer or the trained professional, and it can mimic the appearance of any other floor. Also, it feels great to walk on and it’s highly durable. Vinyl is pretty […]
It’s already time consuming enough remodeling your home, but going into a showroom and trying to decide on laminate, tile, hardwood, vinyl or carpet and running around a large showroom or navigating an endless warehouse doesn’t do anything but add stress and frustration. Shop at home instead!
Installing a floor is like that first paint stroke on a blank canvas: it sets the stage for what the final outcome will be when you first look at your newly decorated home.
Without knowing whom exactly you’re selling to it’s impossible to prepare your home fit for a specific party however a simple fact remains: buyers want a clean home.