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The flooring material of a home or commercial property can really tell a story about the people who walk inside and live there. Natural hardwood has character instilled in it that will continue to grow over time while laminate and vinyl are great materials for supporting heavy traffic. Carpet also holds up to a lot of wear and tear and still cushions the foot to a certain degree while ceramic or sandstone tiles can give an elegant finish to a room. While many may think that the wooden floor came first in terms of flooring materials, tiles were actually the flooring option of choice for the rich and wealthy. The Romans were the first group of individuals to raise tile to its rightful place, using it on their floors, walls, and mosaics. When the colonists moved to America, the vast forests provided the wood that would become early plank flooring. This type of wood covering remained popular even through the 19th century, with the hardwood being treated with paint to make it last longer. The wealthy had a tongue and groove layout made with this material, while the poor nailed whatever boards they could find together with joists. Eventually, laminate and vinyl became popular due to how easy they are to clean. Since the green movement took off, more eco-friendly materials are being utilized in design. The interior pieces installed today are much less labor intensive as they were back then. Some manufacturers put adhesive on the back of their tiles before sending them out for easy laying work. Other tiles require glue preparation and administration by the person working on them before they can be laid out. Before starting this construction project, it may be best to consult a contractor to answer any questions you have.
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Planet Hardwood
401 Barber Rd, Williston, VT 05495
(802) 482-4404
Main Street Flooring
95 Pearl St, Essex Junction, VT 05452
(802) 872-9596
Greenberg H & Son Inc
321 Main St, Bennington, VT 05201
(802) 442-3131
Greene's Floor Covering
31 Main St, Fair Haven, VT 05743
(802) 265-3030
Country Floors
471 Hollister Hill Rd, Plainfield, VT 05667
(802) 454-7301
Down East Tile
723 Sylvan Park Rd Ste 2, Stowe, VT 05672
(802) 253-7001
Essex Paint & Carpet Inc
27 Park St Ste 3, Essex Junction, VT 05452
(802) 878-7685
G W Lumber & Millwork
1860 Williston Rd Ste 3, South Burlington, VT 05403
(802) 860-7370
Advantage Sport USA Inc
1 Tigan St Ste 3, Winooski, VT 05404
(802) 655-4008
Mayo's Furniture and Floor Covering
802 Railroad St, Saint Johnsbury, VT 05819
(802) 748-8725
Benjamin Moore Paints
51 Main St, West Lebanon, NH 03784
(603) 298-8596
Lumber Liquidators
329 Harvest Ln Ste 220, Williston, VT 05495
(802) 316-4113
GM Floor Covering
1127 North Ave Ste 36, Burlington, VT 05408
(802) 881-0048
Northend Hardwoods
8 Deans Ln, Lyndonville, VT 05851
(802) 626-3231
Sticks & Stuff
13 Gallagher Rd, Montpelier, VT 05602
(802) 223-6393

When you need laying materials like vinyl, tile, linoleum, wood, and carpet for you floors, you might want to hire a laying contractor that has plenty of experience to help ensure that the job gets done right the first time. When you look on the Internet or in your directory, you will see that there are plenty of contractors that offer laying and material services for floors. In order to choose a company that is right for you, you should be sure to follow these guidelines. First, ask the construction contractors how long they have been in business. Those with several years of experience in the interior and exterior floors installation business should know about the different designs of hardwood, linoleum, vinyl, tile, and carpet that can be used. They should also be familiar with the prep materials, such as glues and other adhesives, that are used. Ask the company if they have a wide variety of commercially available products suitable for interior use. You might want some eco-friendly wood, VCT, or ceramic tile in your home. The type of materials that you choose largely depends on your personal taste, but you will want to be certain that the company you choose has access to the types of materials you like for your floors. If you need a floating floor, be sure they can do this too. Ask the company to give you a written price quote for the materials and installation labor. After you have gathered several quotes you should be able to decide which companies charge fairly.
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