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The Best Flooring to Keep Your Family Warm

Don’t you just hate it when you wake up in the morning and you feel icy cold floor under your bare feet? This is common especially during the colder months. The main problem is not just the climate or the weather. It also has a lot to do with the material of your flooring – […]

Popular Kitchen Flooring Options Through the Years

When it comes to kitchen flooring, colour, design, and texture, are all important considerations to make. But you shouldn’t overlook durability, comfort, and easy maintenance as well. Over the years the trend for kitchen flooring has changed time and again. Here are the most popular choices that seem to always land on the list:   […]

How to Choose Flooring When You and Your Spouse Have Opposite Styles

It can be difficult to have contrasting tastes with a loved one when it comes to home décor. But many couples found themselves in the situation of having to carefully decide between their two preferred styles when they begin the home flooring selection process. Whether your partner prefers rustic styles and you prefer contemporary flooring, […]

Top Flooring Choices for Bathrooms and Kitchens

With summer around the corner, many homeowners across the country are considering a remodel of their home. This remodel will likely include the replacement of the flooring in their bathroom and kitchen spaces. If you’re about to enter into this process, it’s vital that you know which types of products will suit your bathroom and […]

Engineered Wood Flooring – Yay or Nay?

Engineered wood flooring is all the rage these days—but is it yay or nay for you?

 To decide whether engineered flooring is the type of flooring for you, you should first begin by looking at the pros and cons and advantages and disadvantages of this type of flooring. The Pros and Cons / Advantages and […]

Tips for Laying Vinyl Plank Flooring

Helpful Tips for Laying Vinyl Plank Flooring Surface Preparation The surface you are installing the vinyl plank flooring over must be flat. Remove the existing flooring and examine the underlying surface carefully to see if it can be reused. If not, it will have to be removed using a pry bar. Any nails left behind […]