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You've Received Your Floor Samples...Now What?

You've Received Your Floor Samples...Now What? 0

Your Easiklip sample pack just arrive. What are your next steps?
Should “Under Foot Flooring” Be Considered When Choosing Flooring?

Should “Under Foot Flooring” Be Considered When Choosing Flooring? 0

If you were to poll people looking for new flooring in their home, the answer to what priority was most important would probably be one of the following:

  • Looks
  • Affordability
  • Longevity
  • Type of Wood

Those are all valid concerns but there's also one more very common trait that consumers look for – under foot feel. At second glance, how a floor feels under your feet when you walk on it is actually a pretty novel concern.

Are Hardwood Floors a Viable Option for Basements and Bathrooms?

Are Hardwood Floors a Viable Option for Basements and Bathrooms? 0

The reasons that hardwood is so alluring are aplenty and apt for almost every room in your home. There's no flooring type that is inviting as hardwood is in a kitchen. No flooring can match the elegance of hardwood in a dining room. Hardwood also provides a coziness and a relaxing vibe when installed in a bedroom or the living room. But is hardwood perfect for every room in the house?
How to Remove Dents in Hardwood Floors Easily Without Damage

How to Remove Dents in Hardwood Floors Easily Without Damage 0

Did you have an accident that damaged your hardwood floor? Without proper attention to safeguarding your wood floor, it can be easy to end up with deep scratches or unsightly dents.

But fear not! Although it's not invincible, your Easiklip hardwood floor is easy to repair.

How You Too Can Have Radiant Heating Under Wood Flooring

How You Too Can Have Radiant Heating Under Wood Flooring 0

Adding radiant heating underneath a wood floor not only gives it a warm look, but literally a warm feel as well. There are some misconceptions about what kind of wood that should be used in conjunction with radiant underfloor heat or if it should be used at all. Here's the breakdown on the different wood flooring types and how they work with radiant floor heating.

The Pitfalls of Gluing vs Nailing Hardwood Floors Process

The Pitfalls of Gluing vs Nailing Hardwood Floors Process 0

At first glance, it might seem more secure to fasten your hardwood planks to the ground with either glue or by nailing so they won't move.

The truth is, you actually want your floor to move in most instances.