1. The Best Pet-Friendly Flooring

    For homeowners living with pets, the struggle to find durable, beautiful, and pet-friendly flooring can be real. One of the biggest issues with pets and floors is scratching, and perhaps, the occasional potty accident. This can most definitely contribute to the overall wear and tear of your floor, potentially compromising the integrity of your flooring. Fortunately, many durable flooring options a…Read More

  2. Choosing Flooring for Your Man Cave or She Shed

    All of us need our own safe space, a sanctuary where we can completely relax, an area that’s away from the kids, the dog, and all of life’s responsibilities. A space within, or near, our home that we can invite friends over to and hang out with. Having a designated place to unwind is an awesome option to have in one’s home, and its autonomy from the rest of the house gives you some creative …Read More

  3. The Best Flooring for High-Traffic Areas

    This last year, the amount of time spent at home has given a new meaning to the term “high-traffic areas.” The hallways and rooms that maybe only got a little bit of foot action before quarantine are now constantly getting trampled on. This can have quite an effect on your floors, as you can probably imagine, and you might have even noticed. Maybe the carpet in your hallway has perpetually dow…Read More

  4. Spring Cleaning Tips for Your Floor

    The snow melts, hibernating animals start to appear again, trees begin showing new signs of growth, and your floors are dirtier than ever before. Spring cleaning, a phrase that most of us are now familiar with, couldn’t be more timely than it is now. With everyone around the world still cradled within the safety of their homes due to coronavirus, cleaning has likely taken the back burner, replac…Read More

  5. How Long Will Your Laminate Flooring Last?

    When homeowners begin to search for new floors for their home, there are usually three — sometimes more — factors that they consider: strength, durability, and aesthetics. Choosing the right flooring can really change the way your home looks and feels, which is why it is not only important to choose a floor surface that meets these criteria, but also blends into the vibe of your house. One of …Read More

  6. Why Take Your Shoes Off At The Door

    If you’ve walked around your house barefoot and wondered where all the debris you keep stepping on came from, the answer might be from you. It is normal, and quite common for families to take their shoes off at the door upon entering their home for the sake of hygiene and cleanliness, but there are many families who do not follow this custom and those who don’t are likely dealing with the cons…Read More

  7. How to Choose Flooring for Your Home

    Choosing the right flooring for your home can be more complicated than simply finding the best-looking product. There are plenty of factors to consider, including the room, family situation, pets, budget, style, ROI (return on investment), home style, lifestyle, and more. These factors can greatly influence your decision and affect your enjoyment of your new floor. If you feel overwhelmed about wh…Read More

  8. Best Type of Flooring: Kitchen

    In a previous post, we looked at some of the best options for bathroom flooring. In today’s post, we’ll continue our series as we take a look at kitchen flooring options. When it comes to your kitchen, you probably want each element to be not only practical and durable but to also enhance the overall design. With that in mind, it’s important to remember that the type of flooring you select w…Read More

  9. Best Type of Flooring: Bathroom

    One of the benefits of technology is that when you’re ready to update the flooring for your bathroom, you have many more options available to you than there were in the past. Depending on the size of your family, the bathroom could be the most used room in the house, which means that you need a flooring option that can stand up to the traffic, humidity, and other messes that end up on bathroom f…Read More

  10. 7 Signs It’s Time to Remodel

    If you are feeling frustrated with certain aspects of your home but you don’t particularly want to move, then it is probably time for a home remodel. You might really like your home due to its location, the neighborhood, the length of time you’ve lived in it, but are tired of dealing with a less-than optimal layout and outdated cabinetry. In today’s post, we’ll go over seven signs it’s t…Read More