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Dog-Friendly Flooring Choices for Your Portland Pooch

Selecting the right flooring for your home is an important decision for any homeowner, and as a pet parent, it’s even more crucial! Fur babies are highly adored members of the family, but as you’re well aware, their claws, paws, and fur can wear on your floors throughout the years. Keep reading to discover the best dog-friendly flooring choices for both you and your pooch as well as a few tips for cleaning up unavoidable pet messes. 5 Types of Dog-Friendly Flooring When you install new...

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Is Portland’s Humidity Damaging Your Hardwood Floors?

As a Pacific Northwest homeowner, you’re probably all too familiar with nearly year-round wet and humid weather and the impact it can have on wood flooring. When hardwood floors are properly installed and maintained, they can hold up for decades. But sometimes, moisture strikes when you least expect it, which can damage your big investment underfoot. Is Portland’s humidity causing you trouble with your hardwood floors? Find out if humidity is the culprit of your flooring damage and how to prevent issues...

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What’s Best for Your Remodel – Laminate or Vinyl Flooring?

Are you remodeling your home or renovating your office? When the time comes to select a flooring material, you’ve got tons of choices, and it’s understandable if you’re not quite sure what to choose.  Laminate and luxury vinyl tile (LVT) are both synthetic floor covering materials that can mimic the look of natural wood and stone. So, what’s best for your remodel –– laminate or vinyl flooring? Keep reading to learn about the difference between laminate and LVT flooring so that you...

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5 Timeless Flooring Styles for the Northwest

Hex tiles are the most popular. 1 to 2 inch hex tiles for the Bath or Kitchen. Subway tiles. Bathroom and kitchens for back splashes and walls. Red or White Oak Hardwood Flooring, ether solid or engineered. Carrara /Calcutta marble can be used throughout the house. Marmoleum flooring can be used just about anywhere, but the most popular are in the Kitchen and Bathroom. It has been a timeless classic for decades due to the ease of maintenance and cleanup. ...

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Why Should You Buy Extra Flooring for Your Remodel?

Are you planning a home remodel or commercial renovation project? One of the most important steps in any contracting venture (whether DIY or professionally managed) is choosing your floors. Design starts from the floor up, so it’s essential your material choice suits your needs as well as complements your creative vision. If you’ve already fallen in love with your flooring choice and plan to make the purchase, we recommend buying extra material.  Nearly half of our customers are seeking a flooring material that matches what...