Are you tired of your dingy carpet and scratched hardwood floors? Learn more about the pros and cons of using tile floors in your house.

Laying Hardwood Floors That Last

28 September 2018
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A home remodel can be a great way to enhance the appearance of your property and increase its value on the open market. Flooring is one of the materials that is often replaced during a remodel. The floors in a home are utilized on a daily basis, and floor that shows signs of wear could make your property less attractive. Exchanging carpet or laminate flooring for wood flooring can be a simple and effective way to modernize your home. Read More …

3 Benefits Of Using Concrete Floor Tiles When Re-Doing Your Interior Floors

25 June 2018
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Re-doing the floors on the interior is a great way to give your property a fresh makeover. There are so many material choices to select from today, but one of the best is concrete floor tile. It can provide the following benefits to your property.  Easy to Care For  There are a lot of flooring options today that look nice, but they're extremely difficult to care for. Such is the case with carpet because of how easy it stains and gets dirty. Read More …

Waterproof Flooring Vs. Water-Resistant Floors: What You Need To Know

21 March 2018
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No homeowner wants a wet floor. And that's where waterproof flooring comes into play. Whether your basement is prone to flooding, there's excess moisture that settles on the ground or you have kids, pets or other family members who spill liquids often, keeping the water off your flooring is a top priority. If you're in the process of remodeling your home, or just redoing your floors, understanding the differences between waterproof and water-resistant flooring is the first step to making an informed decision. Read More …

About Me
Deciding On Tile

After dealing with scratched hardwood floors and dingy carpets for years, we decided that an all-stone floor might be a better alternative. Unfortunately, since we couldn't afford a stone floor, we started looking closer at porcelain tile. We were able to find a flooring supplier that had the kind of flooring that we were looking for, and they were incredible to work with. They came out to our house, looked around at the flooring, and made suggestions based on the existing design details and paint color. After the tile was installed, our flooring was gorgeous, durable, and stain-resistant. Check out this blog to learn more about flooring.