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How To Choose The Right Flooring For Your Home

Choosing the Right Flooring

How do you choose the right flooring? Traditionally, floors were made from wood or stone. In their day, they were both abundant and affordable. Carpets have been another long time favorite, and vinyl and linoleum have been affordable options, too. Eco-friendly alternatives, such as bamboo and cork, are newer on the market.Laminate flooring offers an exciting way to both protect …

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What Plank Size Is Ideal For Certain Room Size?

Plank Size for Rooms

Plank size matters – whether it’s laminate, vinyl, hardwood, or any other type of flooring. You want to strike a balance with the plank widths, otherwise your room could look overwhelmed or cramped. What’s the Ideal Plank Size? The general rule of thumb when choosing is the bigger the room, the bigger the plank size can be. Most laminate designs …

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What Does Fiberglass Reinforced Mean?

What does fiberglass reinforced mean?

When purchasing a vinyl flooring, you may see fiberglass reinforced as a special feature on the box. What does this mean? You Want Fiberglass Reinforced Vinyl When a vinyl has fiberglass in its construction, the back of the vinyl is more rigid. This rigidity eases the installation process as well as creates a more durable and stronger plank. Vinyl planks …

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What Is The Width Of Vinyl Flooring Planks?

vinyl flooring planks

What is the width of vinyl flooring planks? We are asked this question every single day. The new generation of vinyl flooring no longer comes in a sheet format. The newest trend in the vinyl flooring industry is to deliver an easy to handle and easy to install product. Now customers can choose vinyl floors in a plank format available …

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Flooring Options That Won’t Break the Bank

Budget Flooring Options

When it comes time to replace that old, worn-out flooring, there are many options to consider. The medieval strength of stone and tile, the warmth and richness of hardwood, the comfort of carpet, the ease of linoleum, and the high-tech advantages of  laminate wood flooring or luxury vinyl plank flooring, each provide transformative powers to a home, but many materials …

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Can I Glue Moldings Down?

Can I glue moldings down?

The question of if you can glue moldings down was touched on in our previous blog post, “Do I Have To Use Tracks With The Moldings?“, but we will elaborate more on this topic in this post.   So… Can I Glue Moldings Down? Yes, you are able to install moldings with glue. This type of installation is especially recommended …

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Do I Have To Use Tracks With The Moldings?

Do I Have To Use Tracks With The Moldings?

After your laminate flooring is installed, transition pieces are ready to be put in place for the finishing touch. When you are using moldings to finish off your laminate floors, they come with tracks so you can install your moldings easily. Why Do I Need Molding Tracks? Molding tracks screw into your wood sub floor allowing the moldings to simply …

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Chicago Photography Studio Updated with Modern Grey Laminate

Chicago Photography Studio Updated with Modern Grey Laminate

Amy Tripple Photography moved into a new Chicago photography studio in Hinsdale, a suburb of the windy city, to better serve her clients and create a modern space for her business. One big change she needed to make was the flooring. Envisioning an airy and clean look, Amy started searching the web for white and modern gray laminate flooring. After finding Bestlaminate, Amy ordered several …

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What is the Best Floor for a Cabin?

Dear Ron, That is a great question! We often don’t think about how temperature affects our flooring, but it can lead to major issues. Humidity and drastic changes in any wood-based flooring, such as laminate or engineered hardwood, can leave you with gaps and/or buckling planks. For a cabin that is not temperature regulated, we would recommend a vinyl plank floor. …

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