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8 Things to Consider BEFORE Buying New Floors

Those old floors! You’ve been staring at them, loathing them, and trying your best to deep clean them – or cover them up. But if you are like most homeowners, you are asking yourself where do I start when replacing my floors?

Reinventing the Home Office

The phrase “work from home” has become one we are now all too familiar with, but its impact on our homes has been more widespread than originally predicted. Our work that was initially done in high rise office buildings has moved to our beds or dining room tables. Now, after some time to adjust, work has moved into its own nook in the home: the home office. With this migration of all aspects of our lives happening at home, the entire concept of the home office and our home office design ideas have been reinvented to suit our new needs.

What is the Best Flooring for Basements?

When deciding to finish or remodel your basement it is important to choose materials that can withstand the moist environment of a basement. Choosing a flooring to install in your new lower level can be difficult with so many options being available. In this post we will be covering what is the best flooring for basements, especially for the humidity of the Midwest, as well as the other options available!

REFLOOR named to TOP 500 for 2021!

Refloor has been named to Qualified Remodeler Magazine’s 2021 edition of the Top 500 Remodelers in the United States, and is the ONLY flooring company in the United States to earn a coveted spot on this list.

How Refloor Stacks Up Against The Rest

Most anyone who took Writing 101 in school was told, at one point or another to show, not tell. That simple statement can be applied to many things in life – your work, your personal relationships, a business’ mission, or their...

How Different Flooring Wears Out Over Time

Life happens, and where is it going to happen more than at home (especially as we go on a year of remote work and social-distanced living)? Spills, dropped items, pets, young kids and their toys – you can be as careful as possible to try...

10 Fun Flooring Facts You Probably Didn’t Know!

Home styles and trends seem to change so frequently that it’s hard to keep up with what’s in and what’s out (HGTV: we’re looking at your endless waves of home renovation and DIY shows). While wall colors have rotated...

Hardwood Floors? Remove Your Shoes!

What do you think of when you hear the words shelf life? Yogurt? Milk? That can of peas that’s been sitting in the back of your pantry since who knows when? Rarely do we apply the term to our floors, though for the average price—and work!—it costs to redo them, perhaps it’s high time we take shelf life out of the kitchen.

How to Protect Your Floors Over the Holidays

As this year comes winding to an end, it’s hard to not think about how this year’s holiday season will differ from the previous years. However, we are still likely to take pleasure in small joys—the putting up of the Christmas...

Tips on Selecting Floor Colors

There’s the old adage of if walls could talk but does anyone wonder what our floors would say if given the same opportunity? We often look to paint colors to set a room’s tone, missing what’s beneath our feet to tie the look...

Floors Even Your Dog Will Love

Our pets are a big part of our families, and rightfully so. They’re cute, they help manage our stress levels, and they teach us patience. That’s all well and good when we’re playing with them and loving them, but stress levels may shoot up and patience may dwindle when we see what their cute little paws do to the floors in our home.

The Devil Is In The Details

Did you know that more than 30% of homeowners cited flooring as what they dislike most about their homes? The good news is that over the decades, flooring options have grown significantly, both in look and price point. Renovators and homeowners...

What's Living in Your Carpet?

Wall-to-wall carpeting has been a popular flooring choice for many American households since it first came on the scene in the 1930s. However, home aesthetics, interior design, and functionality of space—and materials!—have shifted...