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Classic and timeless. Hardwood floors have seen some evolution in recent years with the growing popularity of engineered hardwood due to ease of installation and greater flexibility.
Two of the most popular flooring choices continue to be hardwood and tile, and there are a vast amount of options for both. Here are some basic advantages and disadvantages of both types of flooring to help make your decision.
If you're considering hardwood floors for your next flooring project, there are many things to consider! With the variety of choices, including the species, construction type, and finishes, it can be a bit overwhelming.
If you are in the market for some hardwood floors, you need to take into consideration floor maintenance when selecting your flooring products. Even though flooring can significantly increase the value and appeal of your home they do require regular upkeep.
When choosing new flooring products for your home, office or business, it is always good take notice of the current design trends in your area. Staying abreast of what’s in and what’s not can keep you from making poor design choices that don’t do much to improve your property’s appeal or resale value.
Aaron and Heather recently experienced the joy and excitement that comes with a first time home purchase, as well as the challenges that come with a total renovation. When they purchased a house built in 1996, the demolition process was half way completed so it was imperative that they finish what had begun.
When Wes and Erica moved into their new Birmingham, Alabama home, they knew almost immediately that they wanted to do some serious updating to the space. One of the areas they knew they needed to overhaul was the flooring.
We have a beautiful, boutique showroom here in Birmingham with a door that connects our office to the showroom. When designing the space and the entrance, we decided we didn’t just want a plain mosaic at the door; we wanted something special – something that was us!