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Budget-Friendly Flooring Upgrades

It’s possible to achieve a luxury look for your home without a hefty price tag! Floor Coverings International Brandywine Valley has compiled our favorite options for flooring that’s both budget-friendly and luxurious. Transform your home without breaking the bank! Engineered Hardwood Hardwood can be on the high end of the price spectrum - but it can also be a…
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Refinishing Your Hardwood Floor

If your hardwood floor doesn’t pack the visual punch it used to, you’re not out of luck. Hardwood is actually a long-term choice in flooring because of its capacity for renewal. “Refinishing” is a process applied to hardwood in order to bring it back to the days when it was first installed, shining and splendid.…
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Low-Maintenance Flooring for Busy People

Floor Coverings International Brandywine Valley understands that you live a busy life, and you need floors that don’t eat up your time. We’ve compiled our favorite low-maintenance, durable, easy-to-clean flooring, so you can direct your time and energy to other things in life. Hickory Hardwood Flooring Hardwood is often considered a “high-maintenance” flooring, but the truth is, it’s one…
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Infographic: Flooring Styles for Each Room

The experts at Floor Coverings International Brandywine Valley understand that the rooms in your home all attract varying levels of attention, and different flooring styles have a variety of benefits and quirks to consider before installing. We've created a comprehensive list of the best flooring styles to choose from. To view samples and learn more about each material, schedule…
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Top 3 Rooms for Engineered Hardwood Flooring

Unlike solid hardwood, which is simply wood through and through, engineered hardwood flooring is constructed by placing a thin piece of wood over several layers of plywood. The resulting structure of engineered hardwood is slightly more stable than solid wood, imbuing it with a greater ability to resist water damage. This quality allows homeowners to…

Plank Flooring Trends Well Worth a Look

Plank flooring has a lot going for it. It can be made from various materials, looks good in almost any room of the home, and it creates a classy ambiance that is sure to be in style for the foreseeable future. Following are some great plank flooring trends from Floor Coverings International Brandywine Valley that…
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Infographic: 3 Easy Ways To Embrace Fall in Your Home

Is your home ready for the fall season? Here are three home improvement projects you can start to protect your flooring, keep your home warm, and get into the sweater-weather spirit! Your local team of experts at Floor Coverings International Brandywine Valley can help you out, just give us a call! We proudly serve Glen Mills, Kennett Square, Media, and beyond. Photo Credits:…
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Is It Okay to Vacuum Hardwood Flooring?

At some point, you’ve probably wondered whether it’s really okay to use a vacuum on your hardwood floors. Sure, it’s a heck of a lot faster than sweeping – but perhaps you’ve had some lingering doubts in the back of your mind about whether this timesaving method of cleaning was actually damaging your beautiful floors.…
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How To Protect Your Floors On Moving Day

Whether you are moving in or moving out, protecting the floor coverings in a home is an important, and often overlooked, part of the process. Learn how to make a move without damaging the floors with these tips from Floor Coverings International Brandywine Valley. Protecting Carpet There is a lot that can damage a carpet…
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Guide to Floating Floor Installation

A floating floor is one of the fastest, easiest types of flooring installation, but it still has to be handled properly to get good results. Laminate, vinyl, and hardwood floors can all be installed floating, which means that they don't have to be glued or nailed down to the subfloor. Instead, the flooring itself clicks together…