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How To Choose the Right Flooring Dealer

The most important decision in your floor buying process is selecting the right retail partner.  Here are five important questions to ask as you make your dealer selection.

How to Shop for Flooring Online

Shopping for flooring online has never been more convenient or easier than now! Check out a few of our favorite resources as you look for the perfect flooring for your home.

A Buyer’s Guide: 4 of the Most Affordable Flooring Options

When remodeling a home, it’s essential to factor in the cost of new flooring. One of the best things about new floors is that you can model a whole room around them, so it’s crucial to find beautiful, quality options.

How to Choose Dog Friendly Flooring

Get advice from the experts on what floors are best for your family pets. Waterproof or Water Resistant? Scratch Resistant?

The Complete Guide to Flooring Costs by Type

With a wide variety of flooring options and flooring types, the cost of flooring varies greatly.

Sound-Absorbing Flooring: 4 Options to Consider

Sound absorption is not something you might typically consider when you begin your flooring selection process.

Selecting the Best Flooring for Your Lifestyle

You may love the look of a floor, but will it hold up to a busy household, children, and pets? Find out how to get both the look and the functionality that you want from your floors.

Decoding Multi-Layer Flooring

The world of performance-driven flooring products defines materials with a language full of code.  Let us break it down for you to explain the differences in vinyl-based and multi-layer flooring.

Environmental Certifications for Flooring

Make your flooring selections with the peace of mind that you are being environmentally responsible with resources, while providing healthy spaces for your family.  Learn about the varied definitions of industry certifications.

Designed to Last: 4 Durable Flooring Options for Your Home

Many homeowners desire quality, durable flooring that will last.