AVOID THE CARPET or LVT TRAP FOR YOUR STAIRS–TRY SLIP RESISTANT OILED WOOD INSTEAD

I have spent the last 20 years trying to help folks eradicate all of the toxic flooring from their homes while at the same time time staying on budget and using things that are practical for hectic households. Something that comes up repeatedly is the issue of how to take care of the stair treads. […]

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Cooped up during COVID–A Case for Cork flooring

As we spend more time cooped up in the house these days, it is getting pretty obvious that we generate a lot of clutter, dust, and overall debris everyday. Especially those of us who have children at home–it is down right ridiculous how much litter and chaos can happen with the kids locked down for […]

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What’s the big deal about recycled Quartz Countertops?

A lot. Whereas in the 60-90s laminated countertops were all people installed for countertops, now the mid-range consumer’s countertop options are greater and more accessible. With an average price of $2500, quartz countertops are now very competitive with granite tops. The least expensive tops we see are typically around $1600 and the most expensive around […]

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Why is stone tile eco-friendly?

When people are in search for a suitable floor for the wet areas of their home, green-minded folks find their choices somewhat limited. In our opinion, natural stone tile (like Limestone, Slate, Quartzite, Travertine, Marble)makes an excellent choice. Here is how we decided for stone: Stone is a natural, non-manufactured material straight from the Earth. […]

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