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Best Tile Laying Patterns for Your Classic Home

Tile is a very popular option for homeowners since it is easy to clean and does not harbor germs. It can be used for backsplashes, countertops, floors, and walls.   Read More

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BEST MOISTURE BARRIER FOR HARDWOOD FLOORING

Moisture can be a silent killer, working its way into places that should be sealed shut to outside elements. But water and moisture can find their way in unless things are sealed tight. One of the places this is seen commonly is in hardwood flooring. The condensation can cause planks to buckle and warp, ruining your beautiful flooring. Whether you have true heart pine or laminate, you want to take care of your floors. Here are W&W Flooring’s tips for the best moisture barrier for hardwood flooring.   Read More

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Hardwood Floors and Pets: Can They Coexist?

Hardwood floors are by far the most popular types of flooring for residential properties. But can the ‘hardest’ of wood floors stand up to the daily rigors of pet activity?  
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Flooring Waxing Tips from W&W Flooring

After a W&W flooring contractor installs your wood floor, it is important to perform ongoing maintenance on it so that it retains it’s shine and lasts year after year. Below are some waxing tips that will help you along the way.   Read More

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OUR FAVORITE FLOORING JOKES

Floors can be the unsung heroes of our homes and buildings. They often don’t get much credit. They get walked all over without a second thought, only being acknowledged when they become dirty or buckled.But we think floors should get a little more attention. There are jokes about a number of things and it’s about time that attention is spread around. So courtesy of W&W Flooring, here are our favorite jokes, sure to have you rolling on the ground:   Read More

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Building Your Shower: Tile, Stone, or Marble?

posted March 5 2015

One of the biggest decisions you face when renovating your bathroom is the material you will use in construction. Traditional tile has long been the favorite medium in households across America. The past several years have seen a rise in the use of marble all over the home. The latest trends in home decor magazines are stunning natural stone counters, floors and showers. So, what’s best for your shower?   Read More

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Carpet Padding: Everything you Need to Know

posted March 5 2015

The majority of customers shopping for new carpet spend a great deal of time looking at colors, pile depths, patterns, and prices. There are normally many rows of samples to look at and choose from. The process can take hours, and sometimes even days. Once a choice is finally made, the salesperson asks a question many never see coming: “ What type of padding do you prefer?”   Read More

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Take Relaxation From the Beach to Your Home with Decorating Tips

posted March 5 2015

When most folks think of the beach, they think of a fun and relaxing vacation. Whether it’s a day trip or one that last for weeks, it’s a location that reminds us to sit back, hang out, and enjoy the simple things in life. With views and the quiet lull of waves, the environment itself is made to allow for simpler times. Thankfully, however, you don’t have to take time off work to enjoy those same slower-paced movements at home.   Read More

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3 Kitchen Flooring Trends to Try Right Now

posted March 5 2015

Remodeling and home décor updates go in spurts; there’s no denying that these trends change with the time. Study show that trends are also improving over time. They’re not just something that will easily date and make your home look old or dingy, following a flooring trend can actually give your home new life, add value, and create a lasting and durable surface.   Read More

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Get To Know the 5 Main Types of Domestic Hardwood Floors Before You Pick What Is Right For You

posted March 5 2015

One of the most dramatic updates that can be made to a home, is beautiful new floors. There are many things to consider when shopping for modern flooring, so it’s not a decision that should be made too quickly. Take the time to educate yourself on unfamiliar options. Choose the one that best suits your needs, the style of your home, and your own family characteristics. The most popular styles are domestic hardwoods. They have timeless beauty and the value they add to your home make hardwoods one of the most attractive choices for homeowners.   Read More