Rigid Core Flooring: SPC vs WPC

WPC Vinyl Flooring by Mannington

What is rigid core flooring? Rigid Core Vinyl Flooring is an engineered vinyl floor that has an enhanced rigid core construction for dimensional stability. A rigid core vinyl will be a solid plank that has less pliability, giving it a sturdy feel to install and under foot.

Rigid core flooring is one of the latest trends in flooring and home design. Not only is rigid core flooring stylish but it is also relatively affordable. However, there are two main types of rigid core flooring to choose from, SPC and WPC flooring. Each option comes with its own pros and cons that homeowners should be aware of before choosing between the two.

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Foyer and Hallway Flooring Guide

The entryway to your home is your first chance to introduce your unique style. So, why not floor your guests as soon as they step into your home! In addition to your floors being stunning they should also be durable enough to remain beautiful for years to come. Your foyer and hallways get a lot of visibility but they take on the largest amount of foot traffic and therefore, take the biggest beating. But don’t worry, you won’t have to sacrifice beauty for durability or vice versa. This guide will help you find beautiful, long lasting flooring that will suit your needs and unique style.

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Carpet Shopping: 7 Important Things to Keep in Mind

Source: mohawkflooring.com

Shopping around and selecting the perfect carpet for your needs is not a simple task. For one, there are tons of options, many of which look and feel the same. Unfortunately, this is just not the case, which is why we are sharing these 7 important things to keep in mind when making your next carpet purchase. read more…


3 Budget Friendly Alternatives to Hardwood Floors

Source: Torlys

Who doesn’t want the look of real hardwood flooring throughout their home? Unfortunately, hardwood is just not suited for all areas of one’s home. Being a natural product makes it more vulnerable to damage over other flooring options. Luckily, flooring has evolved greatly, even just over the past couple of years. We now have access to many extremely realistic wood-look flooring options that are neither solid or engineered hardwood and best of all are suited for any area of your home.

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