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Don’t Get Floored: Questions You Need To Ask Your Dealer BEFORE You Buy

April 29, 2016

Buying a new floor is exciting! However, no matter the type of floor you’re looking for—carpet, hardwood, laminate, cork or leather—there are certain questions you should ask your dealer about the floor and the process before you put any money down. Here’s what you should ask:

Big Savings on TORLYS Floors!

April 15, 2016

Now’s the time to find your perfect TORLYS floor! Cash in on the Manufacturer’s Rebate for TORLYS smart floors,Quick-Step® laminates and SuperSolid hardwood* from $0.30 – $0.50/ sq. ft. TORLYS offers beautifully styled and innovative hardwoods, EverWood/EverTile, laminate, cork, and leather floors.

Spring Décor: Transforming Your Bedroom into Your Nest

March 28, 2016

If you’re like most people, you love cozying into your bed at night more than crawling out of it in the morning. But you can make mornings in your bedroom a little brighter with some fresh spring décor. Whether you want to make a subtle or spectacular change, we have a basketful of ideas for you.

Professional vs. DIY flooring installation: Hire a Pro or Make it Your Show?

March 17, 2016

After deciding on which new floor to buy, homeowners are then faced with yet another big decision to make: do they install the new floor themselves or hire the dealer to do it for them?

Eco-Friendly Bathrooms: Clean & Green

February 25, 2016

When it comes to creating a more environmentally friendly home, reducing your footprint doesn’t have to include major steps. By making many small changes in one room of your house, you will still make an impact. The bathroom is the perfect place to start.

Luxury Vinyl Floors: Stylish, Sophisticated & So Much Better Than Ceramic

February 15, 2016

Luxury vinyl tile (LVT) is the newest trend in flooring—a must-have for design savvy homeowners. As the name suggests, LVT floors look like elegant ceramic floors, but have many more benefits. Warmer and softer than its stony counterpart, LVT tiles are ideal for rooms where you spend a lot of time on your feet, e.g., the kitchen.