Installing new hardwood can be an intimidating process. Not only do you have to find new floors that fit with your style, but you also need wood that is comfortable to walk on, will stand up to the wear and tear of your daily life, and is durable enough to last you for decades to come.
We all have that one room in our home that, despite our best efforts, is constantly assailed with water, mud, and grime.
For some, this room is their kitchen, for others, it is their foyer. Whatever room it is in your home, it can be endlessly frustrating to watch your floors deteriorate under the stress of water and mud.
The world of flooring is vast and interesting.
There are many different materials you can use to make flooring for your home. From natural resources like stone to artificial substances like linoleum and those materials that are in between, like engineered hardwood, there is something for every home.
No two carpets are created equal.
Like anything, the material and method of production determine the carpet's durability and intended use.