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Flooring and Remodeling - Tips, Ideas and Inspiration

Carpet sale……

We will guarantee the best prices with full service installs and all of a carpet lines. Owner operator I will personally see to it that every install it professionally done.

GRAND OPENING

Well our Ribbon Cutting Ceremony and our Grand Opening were a huge success.  The turn out we had for both was incredible.  In the few short weeks that our doors have been opened we have already met some incredible people.  The referrals, as well as walk-ins, have...

Tile Flooring

The stone tile flooring typically has one of three types of finishes:  natural, honed, or polished. The finishing process of natural begins once the stone is quarried then cut into a rough slab. The rough slab face is polished with abrasive pads. They first start with...

Luxury Vinyl Tile

Luxury Vinyl Tile (LVT) is a whole new kind of vinyl. It is more desirable and sophisticated than the “old” sheet vinyl. It is different that is does not come in sheets, it can be made to mimic the look and texture of real wood or stone products. LVT is...

Carpet and Rugs vs. Hard Surface

Carpet and rugs will continue to remain  in competition with hard surface flooring products such as hardwood, laminates, tile, vinyl and plank flooring. The advantages of carpet and rug products are a less total installed cost, as well as their tactile and aesthetic...

Our New Showroom is Almost Done!

Everything Under Foot’s showroom is coming together. The display floors are being installed and the service counter top is going up. Can not wait to see the finished product!!

Cleaning Laminate Flooring

Cleaning Laminate Flooring

This is a question that is asked to us over and over. Sweeping or vacuuming the laminate floor to remove loose dirt and grit in between planks is best. If you choose to mop your laminate floors, use a mop that is just slightly damp. Drying with a cloth after mopping...

Water Damage and Flooring

Water Damage and Flooring

Laminate and hardwood floors are very susceptible to water damage. When it dries it never goes back to its original form. Replacement may be the only option with hardwood. If the floor looks “hazy” it is most likely damaged to the finish. It may also warp....