The Pros And Cons Of Bamboo Flooring

Posted by Bob Wiedenmann

Hardwood and tile flooring have made major comebacks in popularity recently. The reasons are not difficult to see: hardwood and tile floors are easier to maintain, harder to stain and much easier to protect than carpet. And because of changes in manufacturing processes and the supply chain, the cost of hardwoods and tile has been falling while the cost of carpet has climbed.

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Tags: Remodeling Tips, Flooring

What You Don't Know About Hardwood Flooring Can Hurt You

Posted by Bob Wiedenmann

When you hire a contractor to do your hardwood flooring, you need to make sure the job is done right. There are a few things in particular that we’ve noticed about contractor jobs that don’t pan out so great. In this post we’ll go over a few of them, and how they affect the quality of the finished work. As usual, it pays to hire the best contractor in Middletown when doing major work to your house. The little details make a big difference in the longevity and look of your finished home. 

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Tags: Home Renovations, Middletown, Home Building Trends, Flooring

Reasons For Installing a Stone Kitchen Floor

Posted by Bob Wiedenmann

When faced with the decision of what type of floors to put a kitchen, most homeowners opt for laminate, tile or hardwood. Savvy homeowners know there is another striking option that doesn’t get quite as much attention, but is definitely worthy of consideration: natural stone kitchen flooring.

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Tags: Kitchen Remodeling, Flooring, Home Materials, Home Maintenance

Why to Choose a Stone Floor

Posted by Bob Wiedenmann

When faced with the decision of what type of floors to put in their kitchens, most homeowners opt for the usual suspects - laminate, tile or hardwood. Yet there is another striking option that adds warmth and beautiful color which doesn’t get as much attention: natural stone.

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Tags: Kitchen Remodeling, Flooring, Home Materials, Home Maintenance

CT Whole House Remodeling: Mistakes That Bad Contractors Make When Installing Hardwood Floors, Part 2

Posted by Bob Wiedenmann

In our last post on CT whole house remodeling, we reviewed the importance of moisture control when installing hardwood flooring. We’re glad we have that issue out of the way, since it is the most crucial. It affects quality and the life of your flooring. Today, we move on to other issues, like the look and experience of your hardwood. Today, we discuss layout and design, as well as the importance of racking. (We’ll explain what that is, too.)

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Tags: Whole Home Remodeling, Remodeling Tips, Flooring

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