1. When to Replace Your Carpet

    How do you know when it’s time to replace your carpeting? Carpeting is a wonderful flooring option for many reasons. Not only is carpeting warmer and more comfortable than most other flooring options, but it could also help you save more energy, filter pollutants and allergens out of the air you b…Read More

  2. Your Guide to Hardwood Flooring Types: Finishes

    Are you thinking about installing wood floors in your home? If so, you may be surprised to learn that you have more than a few decisions to make. In addition to finding the right aesthetic option for your home, it’s also important to choose wood flooring that can stand up to the traffic and everyd…Read More

  3. Your Guide to Hardwood Flooring Types: Wood Species

    Most people think that they can simply go out and buy any wood floor and be just as happy with the results, but when it comes to wood flooring, there’s a lot more variation than you might think. At Floor Expo, we’re dedicated to helping you find the right flooring solutions, and that’s why our…Read More

  4. Your Guide to Hardwood Flooring Types: Softwood vs. Hardwood

    Not all hardwood floors are made equal, and when you want the right hardwood flooring option for your needs, it pays to do a little research. But, luckily, your go-to hardwood flooring installers in New Jersey are here to help. In Part 1 of Your Guide to Hardwood Flooring Types, we covered the basic…Read More

  5. Your Guide to Hardwood Flooring Types: Unfinished vs Prefinished

    Picking hardwood floors out for your home is more involved than picking almost any other flooring option. Not only are there lots of options to choose from in terms of aesthetics, but the choices you make about your hardwood could affect everything from how durable it is and how it stands up to wear…Read More

  6. Your Guide to Hardwood Flooring Types: Solid vs. Engineered

    Most people know that hardwood floors are beautiful, but did you know that there are many different types of wood flooring to choose from? Engineered or solid? Prefinished or unfinished? Maple, oak or pine? That’s right, when it comes to hardwood flooring, the options are endless. Although all har…Read More

  7. What to Consider When Buying Wood Flooring

    Finding the right wood flooring is more complicated than you might think. Unlike with most flooring types, determining which wood floors are best for your home is about more than just what’s most aesthetically pleasing. There’s a lot to consider when it comes to buying wood flooring, and the ave…Read More

  8. How to Combat the Most Common Carpet Stains Part 2

    Don't let your fear of stains keep you from enjoying the many benefits of carpeting in your home! No homeowner wants to have look at a nasty stain on their carpet. In fact, some homeowners hate stains so much that they will choose any other flooring type over carpeting. But, there are so many benefi…Read More

  9. How to Combat the Most Common Carpet Stains

    Carpet has a bad reputation for being easily stained. When most people think of carpet, they immediately think of what might happen once someone spills on it. Some stains can be tricky to get out, and no one wants to have to worry about their new carpet getting ruined by something as simple as an ac…Read More

  10. Carpet Tile vs Broadloom Carpeting Part 2

    Should you choose carpet tile or broadloom carpet for your business? If you're looking for commercial carpet for your business, you have two categories of options to choose from — broadloom carpet or carpet tile. Both of these options are designed to stand up to the increased traffic and added wea…Read More

  11. Carpet Tile vs Broadloom Carpeting

    Which is better for your commercial building, carpet tiles or broadloom carpeting? When most people think of carpeting, they imagine the broadloom carpeting that is found most commonly in homes throughout the United States. But, when it comes to commercial carpeting, broadloom is not your only opti…Read More

  12. Signs That Your Hardwood Floor Needs to be Replaced

    One of the biggest reasons to invest in hardwood flooring is that it can last for years. In fact, some solid hardwood floors can last a hundred years or more when they are taken care of properly. Another major benefit of hardwood flooring is that it can be refinished. If there are any minor scratche…Read More