Cork Flooring Maintenance: The Basics

With numerous benefits and environmental impacts, cork flooring is becoming more and more popular in homes today. Cork is well known to keep your wine tasting fresh, but that doesn’t mean that it will always keep your floor looking fresh. Proper maintenance and care is the best way to make sure that your cork floor […]

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Tim’s Quarterly Installation Tips Summer 2018

LVP/LVT has become the biggest category in resilient flooring over the last few years. With that comes product/installation issues that I deal with every day. Gapping, peaking, buckling in sunlight, and buckling due to lack of expansion. Below are my best installation practices. Glue Down LVT/LVP Best Practices Acclimation — LVT and LVP need to be […]

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How Long Does Vinyl Flooring Last?

So, you’re thinking about calling up your local flooring expert and scheduling an appointment to install vinyl flooring, but first you want to weigh out your options and get some questions answered. Is vinyl flooring hard to maintain? (The quick answer to that is no!) And how long does it last? Let’s find out. On average, […]

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8 Tips on Maintaining your Luxury Vinyl Tile (LVT)

We all love luxury vinyl tile (LVT) for its resiliency and modern design, but what is it like when the excitement of installation wears off and it’s time to start focusing on maintenance? The great thing about LVT is that it’s extremely resilient and displays incredible durability against all types of aggressors, including kids, pets, […]

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2018 Flooring Trends

It’s officially summer, and you know what that means – home renovations. The weather is perfect, so why shouldn’t your home’s flooring be? There are so many options in today’s market between various flooring products and flooring manufacturers, which can make it difficult to make a selection. Don’t worry, though, we’re here to help! Stay […]

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How Moisture Affects Hardwood Flooring

Hardwood flooring is a natural product that will respond to different humidity variations. This means that even though the wood has been dried, cut, and processed into flooring material, the hardwood may expand or contract because of moisture. A change in seasons is when these changes become especially noticeable. During warm and humid summers, hardwood […]

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