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How to Avoid Repeat Patterns in Flooring

A patterned floor gives a room more visual interest than a wide expanse of uniform color. But if the pattern repeats too obviously, the effect quickly becomes cluttered and unprofessional. The wider the variety in the floor’s pattern, the better the overall look. Here’s what you need to know to . . . Read more

Snap Lock Flooring Tips for Pros

Snap Lock Flooring Tips for Pros Snap lock flooring is a common choice for residential and commercial spaces where a combination of cost-effective, durable, and stylish materials is required. While many people believe snap lock flooring is easy to install, it’s a job that still requires professional installation in most . . . Read more

All About Snap Together Vinyl Flooring

Traditional vinyl flooring consists of low-cost sheets of material used to quickly cover larger areas. However, modern luxury vinyl plank flooring is a completely different proposition. Here’s what you need to know about this high-end, versatile floor material that’s becoming increasingly popular. Why Choose Snap Together Vinyl Flooring? Snap together . . . Read more

The Benefits of WPC Vinyl Flooring

Durable flooring is a must-have in many spaces. From high-traffic residential spaces like entry areas and mudrooms, to very busy public areas including lobbies and waiting areas, longevity is an important factor when choosing a flooring material as well. Vinyl flooring has long been a go-to options when long-term wear . . . 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

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