What to Look For in Durable Laminate Flooring

Average Read Time: 4 1/2 minutes

When you’re looking to purchase durable laminate flooring, there are a lot of factors that go into determining just how durable that flooring actually is. We’re going to clarify some of the questions around durability, and show you what you should be looking for to make the best decision possible.

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What to Look For in Durable Laminate Flooring
What to Look For in Durable Laminate Flooring Average Read Time: 4 1/2 minutes

When you’re looking to purchase durable laminate flooring, there are a lot of factors that go into determining just how durable that flooring actually is. We’re going to clarify some of the questions around durability, and show you what you should be looking for to make the best decision possible.

Spring Clean Your Floors
Spring Clean Your Floors Average Read Time: 3 minutes 10 seconds

Spring is just around the corner and with that comes spring cleaning. As we all start to venture outdoors, we are most likely leaving behind a house full of dust and dirt that has built up over the winter months. Read on for the best ways to clean your floors this spring.

Flooring Over The Years
Flooring Over The Years Average Read Time: 4 minutes 10 seconds

Over the years flooring trends have changed and will continue to do so. Looking back through the decades there have been some subtle changes and some dramatic ones. Before getting into the current trends, let’s look back at some of the flooring over the years.

Matching Old Hardwood with New
Matching Old Hardwood with New Average Read Time: 2 minutes

Do you have beautiful hardwood and want to add more to carry through your house? Although matching hardwood can be challenging, it’s not impossible.  Before taking on this project, there are a couple things to consider.

Flooring and your Investment Property
Flooring and your Investment Property Average Read Time: 5 1/2 minutes

When it comes to investment properties, there are lots of things to consider in order to have the greatest return. With companies like Airbnb and VRBO, short term rentals can be easily managed. Having a short term rental can generate a high cash flow in a short term, but it might not be the best option in the long term. If your investment property is in a city that has a constant stream of tourists throughout the year, such as Hawaii or New York, short term is most likely the way to go. If your rental is in a town that has seasonal tourism, you might want to consider long term as it can be difficult to earn enough in the busy season to carry the place for a full year.