Carpet vs. LVT

In this post you’ll read about some of the pros and cons of carpet and LVT, or luxury vinyl tile, flooring. The goal here is to present you with the facts so you can make the best decision for you.
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6 Things You Need to Know About Air.o Carpet

Have you heard of Air.o? This is a unique type of carpet from Mohawk, and it is one worth noting.
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Home Remodel Collaboration
with Stoeck Interiors

There were two challenges within this project. The first is that the wood flooring on the first floor was glued to the concrete. This created an extra step of tearing out the wood and making sure the concrete was level and prepared for the new carpet.
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A Beginner’s Guide
to LVT Flooring

Luxury vinyl tile is mainly made of PVC vinyl, which is both stable and flexible, making it great for flooring. It also has a clear, protective top layer to keep the wear and tear from ever reaching the printed design, meaning your floors will last longer looking like new.
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Carpet Project Spotlight:
Antioch Lithonia Baptist Church

Antioch Lithonia Baptist Church in Lithonia, Georgia is one of our most recent customers, and we really enjoyed taking on the project of re-carpeting the majority of the church.
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9 Questions to Ask When Choosing a Flooring Installer

Purchasing new flooring is a big investment. Therefore, when selecting a dealer and installer, it’s essential to ask lots of questions up front to make sure you receive the right type of flooring for your home and lifestyle and to avoid any potential issues with your warranty in the future.
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Your Metro Atlanta Home Flooring Buying Guide

Installing new flooring is a major home improvement project. When it comes to deciding what type of flooring to install in your home, there are many choices, including carpet, hardwood, luxury vinyl tile, vinyl, laminate, and ceramic tile.
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7 Steps to Maintain Your Hardwood Floors

Floors can really take a beating—from daily foot traffic to inevitable spills and accidents. However, hardwood flooring is timeless. As such, it can be kept looking new no matter how much wear and tear it endures, as long as you take a few simple steps to maintain it and prevent damage from occurring.
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