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Best Places for Backsplash Tile & Things to Consider When Choosing Backsplash Tile

Home base for most back-splashes is the kitchen, especially surrounding sinks and stoves. The back-splash protects the wall from water stains and damage—or, even marks from tools and gadgets that live on the counter. Still, many creative locations make sense…

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CAN I DO IT MYSELF OR DO I NEED A PROFESSIONAL?

Costs Money tends to have the biggest impact on home improvement project elements. Educate yourself with the cost drivers for flooring projects so prices don’t come unexpected. You may be thinking you can save some money by taking on this project…

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Common questions to ask your sales associate when purchasing new carpet or hard surface flooring.

1. Is this product compatible with my lifestyle? Different styles of flooring suit different types of lifestyles. For example, in areas where kids will be playing will most likely need a durable, stain-resistant floor. A sales associate can help you…

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Best Practices for Carpet Maintenance

How Often to Vacuum Carpet Most of us don't vacuum every day but prefer to run the vacuum regularly to keep the home feeling fresh and clean. Although vacuum cleaners keep our carpets tidy, some people say that vacuum cleaners…

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Hypoallergenic Carpet Options & Maintenance

Many people with allergies worry that installing carpets in their house could make their allergies worse, but the good news is that doesn’t have to be true. If you have allergies but crave the cozy feeling of wall-to-wall carpeting, there…

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Why carpet padding is SO important.

Why carpet padding is SO important We understand that it’s important for consumers to get the highest-quality comfort for their home. We collaborate with you to create the precise level of cushion to absorb impact, keep floors soft and carpets…

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Installation Methods for Engineered Wood: Floating vs. Glue Down

Installation Methods for Engineered Wood: Floating vs. Glue Down             When it comes to engineered hardwood, there are two common installation methods that you should consider; floating or glue down. Here is some basic information about these two methods so…

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Carpet Protection

Carpet Protection: Dreamweaver, Shaw, Phenix Dreamweaver             The construction of Dreamweaver’s carpet is built to stand up against daily challenges such as heavy foot traffic, spills, dirt & debris, etc. They use solution dyed fiber in all of the carpet…

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Shaw’s Extreme Nature

Recently, Shaw has come out with a new line of engineered wood that is a part of their Extreme Nature collection, called Reflections. This line embraces the natural wood look, emphasizing the knots and grains in the planks. In addition…

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Light versus Dark Floors

Light versus Dark Floors Determining the color of your floor can be very difficult. There are many components that go into making your final decision. The paint on your walls, décor, and care and maintenance all come into play when…

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