When you hear vinyl flooring, do you picture the old sheet vinyl of decades past, complete with a seam down the middle of the kitchen? Even worse, do those circa 1998 do-it-yourself peel-and-stick vinyl tiles come to mind? If so, then 2018’s vinyl flooring options will come as a pleasant surprise.
There are plenty of ways to bring the colors of fall indoors. Here’s one you may not have considered: New carpet. This month we’re featuring a carpet option that’s durable, beautiful, and just right for the cool nights ahead.
It’s September, and you know what that means: The kids are back in school and the house is empty during the day. As a result, this might just be the best time of year to spruce up your home. Of course, here at SMART Carpet and Flooring, we recommend you start with—what else?—the floors!
As a mobile showroom pioneer in the Northeast, SMART Carpet and Flooring makes sure to keep a finger on the pulse of the industry. We’ve seen a steady stream of mobile showrooms popping up in the tri-state area . . . and even across the country. What’s driving this trend, and how can you as the consumer benefit?
If you’ve seen luxury vinyl flooring, you know it can look nearly identical to hardwood flooring. What you may not know is why some homeowners choose luxury vinyl plank flooring and others choose hardwood.
So what exactly is luxury vinyl? It’s certainly not the vinyl kitchen flooring many of us remember from childhood. That was typically sheet vinyl, which exists today (albeit in much more beautiful patterns and colors than in decades past), and it’s an entirely different product.
Ever stood in the hardwood flooring section of your local big-box home improvement store, looked at all the different widths of hardwood flooring, and suddenly remembered the lawn really needed to be mowed? You’re not alone. In fact, “What are the advantages of different hardwood flooring widths?” is one of the top questions homeowners ask us here at SMART Carpet and Flooring. Today, we’ll discuss each of the popular widths so you can determine which one would work best in your home.