Many people think they should wait until their kids are out of the house — and have taken the pets with them — to install the hardwood floors they’ve always dream of. But why should you wait 20 years or more to have something that can bring you joy now and for all those years to come? Hardwood Floors and Kids The truth is, carpet is going to look a lot worse for the wear
Totta Hardwoods Owner, Mike Totta My name is Mike Totta and I’m a hardwood guy in Kansas City, MO. I’m writing while I sit at the 2012 NWFA Expo which is the major trade show for our industry. I’ve been thinking lately about what separates a good hardwood guy from an average or poor hardwood guy. here are a few thoughts… Passion for the work– The possibilities in hardwood flooring are endless. It really is an art.
If your eyes have been glued to the the TV screen this March, you’re not alone. Millions of people all over the United States are rooting for their favorite college basketball teams as they partake in the NCAA Division I Basketball Championship, often known as March Madness. You may have noticed that all the games are played on wood floors, usually made of maple. This is a tradition dating back more than 100 years to
I love poking around Pottery Barn, Crate and Barrel and other home décor stores. They have great stuff, sometimes over-priced, but I always find something I like. The only drawback (other than I can’t buy everything I want) is that no matter what I buy there will be hundreds, probably thousands, of other people with the same candlesticks, ottomans and side tables, probably in the same places in their houses. It’s hard to show off