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Choosing The Right Color Flooring For Your Home

Choosing The Right Color Flooring For Your Home

Posted By Tina / 06.12.2017
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Our flooring experts rounded up our top tips to ensure you’ll love your color choice for years to come. [More]
Flooring for Your Nursery

Flooring for Your Nursery

Posted By Tina / 05.23.2017
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Carpet, hardwoods, or not quite sure — our flooring experts have rounded up five popular choices to consider. [More]
Signs It's Time to Invest in New Floors

Signs It's Time to Invest in New Floors

Posted By Mindy / 02.25.2016
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Floors are essentially permanent fixtures in your home. Because of this, many homeowners wait until there is a practical reason to buy new flooring. We’ve compiled a number of signs it’s time to consider this often times, necessary investment.   There are multiple cracks in your tile Often times, cracks in your tile can be the result of a potentially serious underlying problem. It’s important to investigate why these cracks are occurring to rule out foundation issues. After you find out the solution for your home, you’ll likely need new floors.      Your floors are creaking Hardwood typically creaks as it gets older because it expands and contracts with your home’s moisture and foundation, but it could also indicate the binding method is loose.   You’re selling your home Sometimes low-cost fix-me-ups won’t cut it. In order to price your house right, you many need to upgrade your flooring.   You can’t find a replacement piece of flooring Manufactures discontinue flooring styles regularly.   Carpet stains won’t come out If your carpet has permanent stains, it’s already time to replace. Most carpets today have built in stain protection in the fibers that last a lifetime. So if you replace your carpet now, chances are, you won’t be stuck with permanent stains.   Water Damage When carpet is exposed to water or moisture, mildew and other types of mold can form. Hardwood and laminate will rot.   Grout isn’t cleanable It’s not too often grout becomes immune to cleaning techniques, and when it does, it’s usually because of one of the following reasons; never been cleaned, grease, high traffic, old age. Once it’s reached this point, it’s time to replace. Start your search for new flooring today by scheduling an In Home Shopping appointment.
Flooring Trends of 2016

Flooring Trends of 2016

Posted By Mindy / 01.4.2016
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Styles come and go, and flooring is no exception. The right flooring creates the perfect base for any room and can serve as a focal point to your decor. Here are some trends for the New Year that will be sure to work for your home.   Hyper Natural This relates to wood styles that flaunt the natural imperfections and grain character of the raw material.   Gray This is not a fad color, but the new neutral with customer appeal that will continue for many years. Due to it’s ability to be paired with bold accent colors, any space can be transformed and given the appropriate amount of color.   Reclaimed This flooring refers to a distressed appearance with signs of wear and aging. It is a timeworn aesthetic that hinges on a weathered look and also advocates the mixing of varied woods and tiles.   Mixed-width formats In line with the trend for reclaimed flooring styles comes an interest in incorporating a mix of plank widths across a floor.   Dark and blonde wood Both dark and blonde wood tones are currently trending and will continue for several more years. The deep tones of walnut give a glamorous heritage look, while blonde tones of oak, maple and ash appeal to customers looking to achieve a more modern look.   Parquet The classic herringbone and chevron layouts will be a favorite, as will tessellation patterns and bold geometrics.   Begin your search for new flooring today.  
Four Perfect Flooring Types For Your Home Entryway

Four Perfect Flooring Types For Your Home Entryway

Posted By Admin / 10.30.2013
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The main entry to your home is the first thing that guests will see. The perfect flooring will help you to set the look and feel for your home and will provide a durable and easy to clean surface for all of those dirty feet coming in from outside. Here are four types of flooring for you to consider to help make your entryway both attractive and wear-resistant. [More]
Three Flooring Alternatives For Your Bathrooms

Three Flooring Alternatives For Your Bathrooms

Posted By Admin / 10.25.2013
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Bathrooms can be a flooring challenge. You may want a bathroom floor that is beautiful and comfortable to walk on with bare feet, but you’ll also want a floor that’s easy to clean and can resist damage. There is one guarantee for all bathroom floors: they will get wet. For this reason, many people have rejected the idea of putting carpeting in bathrooms. There’s nothing worse than a soggy, mildewed carpet. Laminate flooring is always an excellent choice for bathroom floors and should be on your list to consider, but here are three floor types that you may not be thinking of that can give you a beautiful and durable bathroom floor.  Tile is an old standby for bathroom floors, but it can be cold and hard on bare feet. Never fear! You can have easy to clean tile floors that are also toasty warm. All you have to do is add “Radiant Heating.” Radiant heating is installed under your new flooring, including tile, wood flooring, and laminate floors. You can then set the temperature to “just right” for you and your family or turn it off when you don’t need it. Radiant heating is a great choice for bathrooms. And don’t worry about spills and water—it’s under the floor and will stay dry! Wood floors can be very attractive in bathrooms, but wood flooring can react badly to the wetness and humidity of bathrooms. If you want the look of hardwood floors in a bathroom, consider engineered wood floors. Engineered wood floors will give you the warmth and inviting look of hardwood floors but can be much more resistant to water and the high humidity of bathrooms.  Bamboo is an excellent choice for bathrooms. Bamboo is a durable wood product that is also highly rated as a green or sustainable flooring product. Bamboo floors do well with spills and humidity and properly maintained can give you a lifetime of service and beauty.  There are no restrictions about what you can use for bathroom flooring. Make a trip to your local Rite Rug flooring retailer and take a look at the options available to you, including tile, wood, and bamboo flooring.
Create Perfect Custom Area Rugs From Wall-to-Wall Carpet

Create Perfect Custom Area Rugs From Wall-to-Wall Carpet

Posted By Admin / 10.23.2013
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Flooring alternatives like tile, slate, wood, and laminates are gaining in popularity across the country. All of these types of floors are being used in kitchens, bathrooms, hallways, and bedrooms. They often need additional design and functional touches that area rugs can provide. But it’s often very difficult to find just the right rug for your space. Even when you do find a rug that’s the right size, it’s even more difficult to find a rug with the colors, patterns, and feel that you want and need. Here’s a tip that the top interior designers use: get the ideal area rug by having wall-to-wall carpet cut and formed perfectly for your spaces. For example, think of that space beneath your kitchen table. You probably won’t be able to find the right rug to fit there. But you can go to your local carpet store, pick out the perfect carpet color and pattern with terrific stain protection and buy just the amount you need for a circular rug (or any shape that you need for your space). How about your hallways? Finding the right “runners” is next to impossible. You don’t need much carpet, just the right amount. A custom carpet would be perfect. And here’s the other thing that interior designers know: these custom carpets are usually much less expensive than area rugs! The process is simple. A professional carpet cutter will shape the carpet to your exact specifications, add any necessary backing, and sew or prepare the edges so they won’t fray. And your local carpet retailer will be able to recommend someone to cut and prepare your new rugs. It may sound difficult, but it’s actually very simple and relatively inexpensive. Just follow these steps. Measure your spaces and write down the perfect size for your area rug needs. Take pictures of your spaces and be sure to them with you when you shop! Visit your local carpet store. Tell the salesperson what you’re interested in doing. Show them the pictures and work together to pick out the perfect carpet color and pattern. Enjoy your new area rug! And here’s a tip to save even more money: shop for your area rug carpet choices when you’re shopping for full carpeting for other rooms. You’ll be able to combine the square footage to save even more. So get busy! Look around your house for those spaces where you’d love an area rug but couldn't find any to fit the space or your decorating tastes. You now know how to make your own.
Inexpensive And Elegant Flooring Trends

Inexpensive And Elegant Flooring Trends

Posted By Admin / 09.30.2013
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Even if you’re trying to stay on a budget you can still indulge in some of the latest trends in carpet, tile, hardwoods, and other materials to give your home an elegant and exciting new look. [More]
Clean Your Floors The Green Way - With Steam!

Clean Your Floors The Green Way - With Steam!

Posted By Admin / 08.19.2013
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Do you want your tile, laminate, and vinyl floors to be clean and germ free but hate to use all of those chemicals and potentially toxic cleaners? You can take a more eco-friendly approach that will do a better job at cleaning your floor and save you money at the same time. It's all about steam. [More]

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