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Top 2022 flooring trends

If you want to give your clients a fresh, trendy, and modern flooring solution, you need to make sure you are on top of what’s popular in interior design. Achieve the perfect contemporary look with these top 2022 flooring trends.    The 2022 color palette When it comes to colors, designers . . . Read more

Floor Racking: How to Lay Out Plank Flooring Before Installation

Natural hardwood, engineered wood and laminate flooring can all add elegant style and timeless beauty to your home. These materials also provide long-term durability, making them a sound choice for practically any part of your home. Installing new flooring in your home isn’t as simple as measuring your space, ordering . . . Read more

4 Tips on How to Recover Your Water-Damaged Floor

No one wants a water-damaged floor, but in many cases, it can’t be helped. Over time, invisible leaks, added humidity or seeping groundwater can make even durable, waterproofed floors give way. If you suspect water damage to your floor, here’s what you need to do: 1. Look for Signs of . . . Read more

Wood Flooring in the Kitchen: Pros and Cons

Wood flooring has long been considered a luxurious way to bring warmth and timeless style to a space. This traditional flooring option isn’t usually considered an appropriate choice for kitchen design because it is highly susceptible to water damage. Before you count beautiful hardwoods out as a flooring option for . . . Read more

Entryway Floor Options That Can Withstand Heavy Traffic

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

High-Traffic Flooring For Busy Spaces

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