Posts made in August, 2010


Avoid any bumps in the road to your home design project.  Use our installation guide for great tips on the transition of your old floors to the new.  Installation Matters  Today’s hardwood flooring is extremely versatile.  There are more ways than ever to install your hardwood flooring: nailing, stapling, gluing, floating or the new “click” (glue-less) fit, where the plank edges snap together like the pieces of a puzzle.  At Flooring...

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What Type of Hardwood Works for You?


Posted By on Aug 6, 2010

 There are two different types of Hardwood Floors, Solid and Engineered.  Today we are going to discuss Solid Hardwood Floors. Solid Hardwood is exactly what it says…100% solid wood.  There are three different types of Solid Hardwood and all three can either come unfinished or pre-finished.  Below are the three types of hardwood: Strip Hardwood Flooring Although strip hardwood is always going to be the same width (1 ½ inches, 2 inches...

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Types of Carpet


Posted By on Aug 6, 2010

Today we will discuss the various types of carpets. Knowing carpet textures will help you determine where a carpet should be installed for maintenance and style purposes. The most popular type of carpet is the cut pile. The cut pile is a type of carpet whose loops have been cut out. Durability is maintained by choosing a durable fiber, increasing the amount of twist in the fiber and having a high density in the tufts. There are three...

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