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27 Fantastic Flooring Ideas for 2021

June 9, 2021 Looking for new flooring ideas? Totally understandable! After spending over a year at home, many of us are starting to plan for some upgrades.  Maybe you’re using rooms differently than you were before, or maybe your home is just ready for a good facelift. Whatever the reason, you’ve come to the right […]

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Waterproof Hardwood Flooring: 2021 Buying Guide

May 14, 2021 We know: waterproof hardwood flooring sounds almost too good to be true. The beauty of real hardwood, in a completely waterproof package? Many companies claim to sell waterproof hardwood flooring. But are these products actually waterproof? Are they actually real wood? And are the companies themselves worth buying from?  The truth is, […]

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Your Guide to Light Wood Flooring

April 28, 2021 Love the look of light wood floors? We don’t blame you! Light-colored wood floors are sleek, easy to maintain, and can give some extra *oomph* to just about any room. But we know: hardwood isn’t always the easiest flooring to install, and it comes at a relatively high price point. So before […]

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Engineered Hardwood vs. Laminate: Side-by-Side Comparison

March 10, 2021 What’s the difference between engineered hardwood vs. laminate? And more importantly, which one is better for your home?  If you’ve decided that you love the look of wood but aren’t sold on traditional solid hardwood, engineered wood and laminate both offer an amazing alternative.  But we know: with so many types of […]

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What is Engineered Hardwood: The Guide

March 9, 2021 So you want to know: what is engineered hardwood flooring?  Simply put, engineered hardwood is a type of real wood flooring made up of a composite core (usually plywood) with a solid wood veneer on top. But really, there’s so much more to it than that. After all: you don’t need to be […]