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How to Test Your Tile Flooring Samples

Ceramic and porcelain tile are popular flooring choices in many rooms of the home. The characteristics of the product make it one that can be installed in the foyer and taken throughout the space for a consistent look. Tile is a man-made product crafted of a pressurized clay that is . . . Read more

How to Increase the Value of Your Home

Selling a home can be an overwhelming task, especially when there are many homes on the market in your area. Make your home stand out from the rest while still receiving top dollar by making your flooring an important selling feature of the property. Even if you aren’t selling the . . . Read more

Scratch Resistant Flooring for a Busy Household

The home is the hub of daily life and as such, the flooring needs to be durable enough to hold up to everything the week brings. The flooring is the foundation for the room design and helps to anchor the rest of the decor. Choosing scratch-resistant flooring designed to hold . . . Read more

The Best Floors for Your Entryway

The foyer is the first impression your home gives to every guest who enters. It sets the stage for the rest of your home. As such, it is also one of the highest-traffic rooms in the home and subject to more moisture, dirt, and debris than any other space. With . . . Read more

Natural Stone Tile vs. Ceramic: What’s Better for Your Project?

The flooring of a room sets the tone for the rest of the space. It needs to be durable, stylish, and ready to take on the daily wear and tear of the space. Two of the most common flooring types are natural stone tile and ceramic tile. With similar overall . . . Read more

The Pros and Cons of Installing Ceramic Tile in Your Kitchen

Choosing the best flooring for your kitchen can be an overwhelming decision. Ceramic tile is a popular product for kitchen flooring because of the many benefits it brings to both the design and the functionality of the room. This oven-baked clay material that dates back thousands of years and features . . . Read more