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The biggest advantage of engineered flooring is that it can be installed where traditional wood floors cannot typically be installed. Engineered wood floors are generally more resistant to damage caused by moisture and water, and can be easily installed over any sub-surface (including: cement, vinyl and existing wood floors). Engineered wood products are comprised of… [Continue Reading]
Now, more than ever, homeowners are returning to the timeless beauty of real hardwood floors. For 2011 hardwood flooring trends include wider planks with deeper richer colors. Hardwood floors have a comforting, solid sound that most laminates can’t equal, and they can be refinished over and over again, creating a floor that can last for… [Continue Reading]
Laminate is a floor covering that appears similar to hardwood but is made with a plywood or medium density fiberboard (“MDF”) core with a plastic laminate top layer. HDF laminate consists of high density fiberboard topped by one or more layers of decorative paper and a transparent protective layer. Laminate may be more durable than… [Continue Reading]
Ceramic tile includes a wide variety of clay products fired into thin units which are set in beds of mortar or mastic with the joints between tiles grouted. Varieties include quarry tile, porcelain tile, terracotta tile, and others.
Surface preparation is considered to be the most important step of any quality flooring installation. Improper surface preparation can lead to premature flooring failure and the loss of any existing warranties provided by the manufacturer. C.Dalton flooring follows all manufactures installation guidelines to ensure you ,the customer will receive any implied warranties provided by the… [Continue Reading]
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