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Hardwood Flooring: What You Need to Know

Hardwood Flooring: What You Need to Know

Hardwood Flooring: What You Need to KnowHardwood is a great option if you're considering replacing your home's floors. It's durable, beautiful, and easy to clean. But before you run out to the local lumberyard or design center, you should know a few things about...

Expert Advice on Hardwood Floors for Homeowners

Expert Advice on Hardwood Floors for Homeowners

Expert Advice on Hardwood Floors for HomeownersHardwood floors are beautiful and durable, and many homeowners gravitate toward this option because of the many benefits this type of flooring provides. If this is an option you are interested in, there are a few key...

How Wood Floor Trends Have Changed the Evolution

How Wood Floor Trends Have Changed the Evolution

How Wood Floor Trends Have Changed the EvolutionWood flooring has been around for centuries, but within the last few decades, it has become a popular choice for residential and commercial spaces. This article will explore some of the major wood floor trends over the...

The Sudden Popularity of Engineered Hardwood Flooring

The Sudden Popularity of Engineered Hardwood Flooring

The Sudden Popularity of Engineered Hardwood FlooringYou might have started to notice a certain trend in the flooring market these days. Many people are veering toward engineered hardwood flooring, and there are plenty of reasons why. Not only does engineered hardwood...

Wide-Plank Hardwood Flooring

Wide-Plank Hardwood Flooring

Wide-Plank Hardwood FlooringWide-plank hardwood flooring is one category that is found in engineered hardwood flooring. Many kinds of wood wider than 4 ¼” transition from a solid form to an engineered one. Engineered hardwood is made so that the top layer, sometimes...

News Flash, Grey is Not a Color

News Flash, Grey is Not a Color

News Flash, Grey is Not a ColorGrey, or gray (depending on where on this beautiful planet you are from), is an intermediate color between black and white. It is a neutral or achromatic color, meaning literally that it is a color "without color". If Grey is your "color...