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FLOORING

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HARDWOOD​

Hardwood flooring is durable and provides a timeless, elegant look. Certain types of hardwood floors can be refinished up to five times, and you can change the sheen to match a newly decorated room. Area rugs make easy, attractive additions to rooms with hardwood floors. While hardwood flooring is one of the most expensive options to install, many homeowners choose it for its longevity and return on investment. You can opt to install hardwood flooring on your own, but if saving time is your goal, you can hire professionals to install the flooring as well.

Hardwood
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LAMINATE

Laminate flooring delivers the look of real wood, tile or stone flooring at an affordable price. However, laminate usually requires less maintenance than these traditional types of flooring. Scratch-resistant, waterproof, noise-resistant and heated options are available in a variety of attractive, easy-to-install styles. For these reasons, laminate flooring has become a popular choice in many homes.

LAMINATE
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VINYL​

Vinyl flooring is extremely durable and cost-effective. It’s made from plastic, usually consisting of acrylic, PVC and similar polymers. It's an economical option for homeowners looking for luxurious style and durability, without the high price point. Vinyl flooring is available in planks, sheets or tiles. Since it is waterproof, scratch- and stain-resistant and commercial grade in durability, vinyl flooring is both functional and stylish.

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TILE

Tile flooring is perfect for high-moisture rooms that have the potential to get wet, like bathrooms, kitchens, laundry rooms and basements. Tiles are versatile and can last for many years with little maintenance required. Many tile textures are available that can mimic wood, stone or even fabric.

TILE
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BAMBOO​

Although it falls under the general category of hardwood, most manufacturers put bamboo flooring in a class of its own. The sustainable option has a comparable hardness to oak and is an eco-friendly option for your home. Natural bamboo produces floors with a very light wood color, but processing treatments are available to give the material a darker finish and make it look like other stained wood options.

BAMBOO
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CORK​

Tile flooring is perfect for high-moisture rooms that have the potential to get wet, like bathrooms, kitchens, laundry rooms and basements. Tiles are versatile and can last for many years with little maintenance required. Many tile textures are available that can mimic wood, stone or even fabric.

CORK
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CERAMIC TILE​

Ceramic tile is one of the most versatile flooring types. Its many colors, textures, shapes, and sizes make it an option that could coordinate well with any room in your home. The tiles are made by combining a mixture of clay and shale and then firing it in a kiln to harden the ceramic. Pigments added to the compound give you a variety of color choices in ceramic tile.

CERAMIC
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