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Is your flooring worn?

Are you ready for an update?

At a loss as to the best type of flooring for you?

Flooring Experience

 

Perhaps you have started to look for new flooring. You are amazed at all the choices that are available. It may be difficult to figure out which type of flooring is the best for you.

Your home is important to you, it’s one of the places where you can relax and enjoy life. Flooring has an important role in creating that pleasing environment, and gives you the opportunity to reflect your style!

There are many factors to consider when looking at each type of flooring, so it is easy to become overwhelmed. However, choosing the right flooring company from the start to assist you is the best plan!

At Carpet Concepts, our team believes in education. We offer a free eBook for you to download from our online library that shares nine things to be aware of when purchasing your new flooring.

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Making the right choice for your new flooring can be difficult. With all the new types of flooring, the decision can be a bit overwhelming. It doesn’t have to be. When you work with a licensed and insured company, you’ll be working with experienced professionals and qualified installers. You’ll have “peace of mind”.

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Have you ever considered wood flooring?

You should. Wood floors are an excellent choice for flooring, and they can last for years and add value to your home.

Ready to look at wood flooring?

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Have you read through our 7 tips on how to select hardwood flooring? Are you ready to revamp your current flooring with a new hardwood floor?

Hardwood Floor

It can be difficult to decide which type of hardwood flooring is the perfect fit for your home. Becoming an informed customer is the key.

We shared with you the…

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The day of your hardwood floor installation is the single most important day in the life of your floor.

Hardwood Floor Care

This is the seventh installment of 7 Tips on How to Select Hardwood Flooring
which can also be downloaded as a free eBook at www.carpetconceptsfl.com.
Homeowners can save money on the installation by doing it by themselves. However…

If you are feeling overwhelmed with choices of colors, grains and finishes, please skip this Ebook Tip! This is really one for the obsessive compulsive homeowner, who is still debating between two or three different options of hardwood flooring.

Plank Width

This is the sixth installment of 7 Tips on How to Select Hardwood Flooring
which can also be downloaded as a free eBook at www.carpetconceptsfl.com.

The plank width of the hardwood flooring is one of the other considerations in choosing your ideal floor. Options range from very narrow (less than three inches across) to wide planks (which may be five to seven inches, on average).

The width of the boards in your wood flooring can affect the look and feel of the room. If you have a very distinctive design style, it can be a strong reinforcement of that aesthetic. How do you know what plank size will look best in your room?

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If you’ve recently tuned in to any home and garden shows, you’ve probably seen people using reclaimed wood in their homes. Decorators are scouring New England for wood from old barns, planks from old schoolhouses and all types of old wood that can be repurposed in today’s houses.

Reclaimed Wood

This is the fifth installment of 7 Tips on How to Select Hardwood Flooring which can also be downloaded as a free eBook at www.carpetconceptsfl.com.

Why is there an obsession with this old world look? Homeowners want a unique, textured appearance. The exclusivity of having hundred year old wood tickles the fancy of upscale designers and decorators.

Are you worried that…

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There are so many species of hardwoods, and each year, more of them become available as flooring options.

Hardwood Grain

This is the fourth installment of 7 Tips on How to Select Hardwood Flooring which can also be downloaded as a free eBook at www.carpetconceptsfl.com.

Each species of wood has a unique hardwood grain that is essential to its appearance.

Some woods have lots of graining and knot holes. In these types of woods, you’ll notice that…

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After narrowing down your choices between engineered or solid hardwoods, you’ll find that there are still many questions to ask.

Hardwood Flooring Durability

This is the second installment of 7 Tips on How to Select Hardwood Flooring which can also be downloaded as a free eBook at www.carpetconceptsfl.com.

The next decision on your list will be determining the hardness of the flooring that your family requires.

Fortunately for you, consumers are now getting better hardwood flooring durability. There are more durable products than have ever been available in the past. In fact, new finishes are so durable, that…
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The first question to ask yourself when getting ready to select hardwood flooring is whether you need engineered or solid hardwood flooring.

How to Select Hardwood Flooring

This is the first installment of 7 Tips on How to Select Hardwood Flooring which can also be downloaded as a free eBook at www.carpetconceptsfl.com.

A solid hardwood is exactly what it sounds like. The plank of wood is cut, and that’s essentially what goes on your floor. Unlike a solid hardwood, an engineered plank is a…
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Selecting hardwood flooring can be overwhelming, but it is certainly worth it when it transforms the look of your home!

 Hardwood Flooring 500
Today, you have a huge variety of options when selecting the perfect hardwood floor. Engineered vs hardwood, durability, color, grains, reclaimed wood, and plank width – so many choices. Sometimes all these options can inundate you with too many decisions. Be careful…
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