Questions From Our Comments Section

Posted on Jan 10th 2017 Posted by Meredith — Comments ↓

We love our blog readers! They ask us some great questions and bring a great community feeling. Of course, if one person asks a question, someone else has probably wondered about the same thing, an … read more

Laminate Safety: What You Need To Know

Posted on Feb 25th 2016 Posted by Meredith — Comments ↓

There’s been a lot of conversation over the past year about the safety of laminate flooring. 60 Minutes ran a feature in March 2015 calling into question the levels of formaldehyde present in a compet … read more

How To Pick The Right Wood Filler

Posted on Feb 23rd 2016 Posted by Meredith — Comments ↓

We’ve talked at length about what you can expect from hardwood floors. A big part of its appeal comes from variations that provide such a unique look. Occasionally, though, you can run across na … read more

The Anatomy of Cabin Grade

Posted on Jan 26th 2016 Posted by Meredith — Comments ↓

We get a lot of questions about Cabin Grade hardwood. It’s one of our bestsellers and we do our best to offer as much information as possible about what to expect from a Cabin Grade floor. Here’s o … read more

Dishing on DIY

Posted on Sep 30th 2015 Posted by Meredith — Comments ↓

I’d like to start this post with a dedication. That’s right, we’re going to join our metaphorical hands, enjoy some togetherness, and give a loud proud shout out to everyone who wades into the sometim … read more

Getting The Most Value For Your Money

Posted on Mar 25th 2015 Posted by Meredith — Comments ↓

Making a large purchase can be a daunting prospect, especially when that big purchase is intended to last for many years. Flooring is no exception. It’s 100% understandable to want to get the best fit … read more

Answering Your Safety Questions

Posted on Mar 2nd 2015 Posted by Meredith — Comments ↓

Let’s face it: chemicals are everywhere. We, dear readers, are composed of…you guessed it…chemicals. Lipids, proteins, nucleic acids, carbohydrates, carbon, oxygen, nitrogen, and many others keep o … read more