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What is the Best Flooring for High-Traffic Areas?

The flooring is the foundation for the rest of the room. It needs to be fashionable, easy-to-clean, and durable, especially in high-traffic areas throughout the home. Whether you are laying new floors in a single room or updating the flooring throughout the home, choosing the right product is a crucial . . . Read more

Cork vs. Bamboo Flooring: What’s Better for Your Project?

Cork and bamboo are both intriguing flooring options that offer an alternative to traditional hardwood. If you’re considering new flooring for your home, these are both eco-friendly options that can help you maintain a home that’s a little lighter on the earth. Learn more about the pros and cons of . . . Read more

How to Use Your Flooring Sample

You never want to commit to a new type of flooring before you’ve tested samples in your home, whether you’re looking into laminate, hardwood, or carpeting. Engaging with your flooring samples while you’re at home will help you understand how the flooring will look and feel in your home, and . . . Read more

The Bamboo Floor

The choice of a bamboo floor is quickly gaining popularity for both commercial and household use, especially in North America. Stronger and denser than many hardwood floors, a bamboo floor is highly resistant to moisture. It has been discovered as a brilliant alternative to traditional hardwood flooring. A bamboo floor . . . Read more

Types of Bamboo Flooring

When trying to decide on the appropriate type of bamboo floors for your home, there’s more to consider than just the pros and cons of bamboo flooring. Learning about the various grain types, installation types, and color and texture types will help with the decision making process. Each grain, color, . . . Read more

How is Bamboo Flooring Made

Bamboo flooring can be a great choice for environmentally conscious consumers. When handled properly, the flooring is sustainable and environmentally friendly. The processing of bamboo leaves little waste while creating an attractive wood floor. While there are some concerns for the chemicals used in treating some plants, choosing high quality . . . Read more