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Flooring

Flooring can set the tone for a space, whether by differentiating it from the rest of the home or creating continuity. It must be durable and suit the needs of the homeowners, whether they have toddlers racing around or need to optimize mobility as they age. To complicate things, installing new flooring during a remodel can uncover a host of problems with the home’s existing foundation and ductwork.



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Trends for Wood Flooring in 2022

Learn what’s popular and emerging when it comes to width, length, color, finish, and type of wood

Innovative Products: Diffuse by Nesite

Radiant flooring with cement-free installation

Top 100 Products for 2020

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Innovative Products: Daltile RevoTile

A floating floor system that installs twice as fast as traditional tile

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What we saw at the 2020 International Builders’ Show points towards simplified solutions for remodelers that still add complexity and depth

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Inviting Contemporary

The 2020 New American Remodel shows how modern design can appeal to traditional sensibilities

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Beauty meets performance and fine design in this Arizona home

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Top 100 Products for 2019: Surfaces

Products from Parterre Flooring Systems, StoneImpressions, Lunada Bay Tile, LOTTE Advanced Materials USA, Durat, Wilsonart, Crossville Inc., clé, Cosentino, and Cultured Stone 

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