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Top Vinyl Flooring Trends for 2020

Top Vinyl Flooring Trends for 2020

By | Commercial Flooring, Hospitality Flooring, Lobby Flooring, Multi-Family Flooring, Office Flooring, Residential Flooring, Workplace Design | No Comments

Luxury vinyl tile (LVT) was all the rave last year, and we certainly anticipate even bigger things for it as we move through 2020. Today, LVT has already moved to the forefront as one of the most popular types of flooring on the market, and it has evolved more so than any other flooring type […]

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Top Hardwood Flooring Trends for 2020

Top Hardwood Flooring Trends for 2020

By | Commercial Flooring, Government Flooring, Hospitality Flooring, Lobby Flooring, Multi-Family Flooring, Office Flooring, Residential Flooring, Workplace Design | No Comments

Now with the new year upon us, you may be wondering: what are the top hardwood flooring trends can we expect for 2020? As you probably know, hardwood flooring has already grown significantly in popularity over the years despite having been around for quite some time. Thanks to modern technology, the options for hardwood flooring […]

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How to Create a Comfortable Hospitality Experience with Quality Flooring

How to Create a Comfortable Hospitality Experience with Quality Flooring

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If you’re in the hospitality business, comfort of the guest is of paramount importance. So, here’s how to give your guest that comfort with quality flooring. 1. Cleanliness is critical For guests or clients of the hospitality industry, your floor has to be clean and also easy to clean. Consider Luxury Vinyl Tile (LVT), which […]

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How to Choose Carpeting for Lobbies

How to Choose Carpeting for Lobbies

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Choosing carpeting for lobbies is not a lot different than choosing carpet for any other commercial location. It’s important to first identify to the intended use and the expected traffic. The Carpet and Rug Institute publishes a specific document that outlines how to choose carpet and gives examples of traffic patterns that are typical for […]

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