Porcelain Tiles

The best flooring options for a bathroom are porcelain or ceramic tile, LVT (luxury vinyl tile) or natural stone. These flooring choices can withstand the everyday moisture of a bathroom. A Nashua homeowner was replacing her laminate flooring in the bathroom. Over time, moisture had penetrated the floor causing the telltale damage of lifting at the edges and corners of the laminate. With two young children, this homeowner wanted a floor that could withstand the test of time and water.…

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wood-flooring

Springtime is right around the corner. Unfortunately for those with asthma and other respiratory problems this can mean even more of an everyday struggle. While the outdoors may be out of our control, the flooring that you choose for your home can go a long way to managing allergies and asthma. A customer in Hudson, NH recently visited our showroom complaining about the flooring in her bedroom. She was suspicious that dust mites were in the carpeting, causing her asthma…

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Textured-flooring-vinyl-tile

Yes, the floor of your home can, and in many cases should, have texture. A visually appealing floor with subtle design can add a lot to any room. Many people think of only a home’s walls for adding this level of design, but don’t overlook the value of texture in the flooring to create a stand-out room. (more…)

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Carpet-Runner-Style

Let’s face it no matter how hard you try the floor of your home will get wet, whether from an over-zealous child in the bathtub to a spill in the kitchen. And quite honestly, some flooring is more resilient to water than others. Another concern that many homeowners have is the best flooring for their entryways and mudrooms, which unintentionally see a lot of moisture, particularly during the winter months. (more…)

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