Take 1 - FAQ
Q: Will flooring look the same as the sample?
A: No, your actual flooring will have more variation.
Q: Installation Time?
A: Install time will vary on when you order your products, and what products you chose.
Q: Will large tile look good in a small space?
A: Yes, they will make the space look bigger. If you go with small tiles the room and can feel closed in and look busy and choppy.
Q: How important is carpet pad?
A: Very important. Its purpose is to protect your carpet, help with the wearing and also helps with heavy traffic and furniture.
Q: In a kitchen, should your flooring match your cabinets or contrast?
A: Contrast. Your flooring and your cabinetry should contrast. If they are to close to the same color you will have a flat look or an overwhelming amount of the same material used.
Q: Is grout hard to upkeep?
A: No, not with the pre-seal grouts. The grouts of yesteryear were a different story.
Q: How to maintain the beauty of your floors?
A: If the flooring store gives you a care packet, continue to use those products or ask the flooring retailer what is best for cleaning and up keeping your floor looking its best.
Q: What flooring is best for a bathroom?
A: Luxury vinyl, laminate, and tile. Luxury vinyl being a popular choice, its no wonder why it's so popular. It's waterproof, looks like wood and has great durability.
Q: What is the best flooring for pets?
A: Hard surface. That means, laminate, luxury vinyl, tile, or sheet vinyl. These are the best options for our furry friends, as they are easy to upkeep and maintain.
Q:What flooring will go with my decor?
A: With all the flooring choices you can imagine, you are sure to find something that will work with your decor. The best way to go about it is, take pictures of your rooms before you go to the flooring store, that way you will be able to match your style.
Q: What is the best flooring for someone with allergies?
A: Hard surface flooring. You will collect fewer dust mites and allergens compared to carpet.