Maybe you can’t have your cake and eat it, too, but you can absolutely have a beautiful, soft carpet AND be a pet owner. We know that traditional wisdom might have you believing that hardwoods, laminate, or tile are your only reasonable options, but we have good news –you can break free from that old-school mindset and explore decorating your home with cozy, luxurious pet-proof carpeting that you and your pets will love.
“What is the best flooring for stairs?” is a question we hear all the time. Should you go with what matches the rest of your flooring? Or should you decide based on durability? What about safety? In this blog, we’ll address the pros and cons of choosing carpeting, hardwood, or vinyl plank flooring for the stairs in your home
When you’re on the hunt for the best carpet to purchase, you’ll definitely want to do your research. There are 4 types of carpet vendors who can help you find the perfect flooring for your home or business: online flooring retailers, big box stores, in-home providers, and independent “mom and pop” flooring stores. First, familiarize yourself with common carpet terminology. When you’re ready to get the best comparison on a potential flooring purchase, you’ll want to ask each retailer the same set of questions.
Whether you’re installing new flooring in a shared office, renovating an existing business, or updating old flooring in your community space, your search has probably led you to the world ofcommercial carpeting. Most people don’t regularlyshop for flooring-- commercial or otherwise -- and it’s easy to be overwhelmed by the options and features available. This guide should offer you some basic background information to help as you search for the best commercial flooring for you.
COVID-19 has left most of us trapped inside our homes this year. Once we’ve gone through the endless cycle of checking our social media, getting a little work done, and staring at the food in our fridge hoping something new will show up, it seems the only thing left to do is find home improvement projects. None of us are new to shopping online but it’s become essential in these uncertain times.Shopping for flooring onlinemay seem impossible but we’ve made it easy for our customers toimprove their space while still having a safe yet enjoyable shopping experience.
For most house flippers, the primary goal is to quickly get in and out of a flip with minimal expense and maximum profit. Easier said than done, though, right? Well, here are some solid low-budget strategies to get the most out of your next flip.
Patterned carpet, sometimes called sculptured carpet, gets its patterned look from the variation in carpet fiber color and the way in which the fibers are cut. By leaving some fibers loops uncut then cutting the remaining fibers, a variety of patterns -- such as lines, intersecting quadrilaterals, or diamonds -- emerges. Read on to learn how to make your home "Fancy Schmancy."
In its early days, vinyl flooring that looks like hardwood was a sad imitation of the original. Real wood planks boast plenty of natural color variability, inconsistent knots, and grain markings, but vinyl or laminate floors didn’t quite hit the realism mark. We’re happy to report that modern LVP flooring is nearly indistinguishable from the real deal, and it comes with some clear advantages over hardwoods.
Here at MyFlooring, we understand how difficult it can be when shopping for flooring. Since it's a purchase that most consumers only make a handful of times, we've outlined the most common mistakes to avoid during the shopping process. As usual, we want you to Get Comfortablewith your next flooring purchase.
Installing vinyl plank flooring may look and sound like your next DIY project! In fact, you probably have found articles and videos providing tips for installing vinyl plank flooring. However, we want to make sure that you are in the know so we broke down the pros and cons of hiring a professional for your LVP install vs. taking on a DIY project. Read on to learn more!
Looking for an affordable alternative to hardwood floors? In this post, we outline the differences of luxury vinyl plank vs. laminate flooring and in the end, we believe there is a clear winner! Read on to learn more!