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Your Flooring Specialists Since 1971
Your Flooring Specialists Since 1971

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Do you crave the look of hardwood but don't actually want hardwood? Maybe its time to think about a waterproof flooring option that gives you what you want and what you don't want. #VinylsTheNewWood #ShawFloors 
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Diamond Certified Expert Tip: If you have recurring pest problems in your home and want an effective deterrent, have a pest control professional design and install a physical barrier on your property. Store-bought pest control products may offer immediate, low-cost results, but they don't provide long-term solutions, so your home will be susceptible to further infestations.

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Gramercy Park is a white oak that features the lighter to white tones that are so trendy right now. And it's an engineered hardwood that uses less newly harvested wood than other wood options.
#EngineeredHardwood #WhiteOak 
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Rich auburn and cocoa come together in this stunning laminate from #ShawFloors. Belair mimics the look of exotic and expensive heartwood but at a much more realistic price!
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Looking for a vintage look in carpet? Check out Trend Setter from Shaw, shown here in Damask, for a little something different.
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Diamond Certified Expert Tip: The first thing to do when taking on a custom home building project is decide the style and type of home you want. Ranch or two-story? Tudor, Craftsman or modern? After that, make a list of the features you need (bathrooms, bedrooms, basement) and want (chef's kitchen, outdoor living space, pool). You can get ideas by looking through architectural magazines and visiting model homes.

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Our Best Tuftex CARPET SALE!
Ends May 31
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Diamond Certified Expert Tip: Before choosing to install a specific type of fence on your property, the first thing to consider is how you'll be using it. Is it for security or to keep a dog in the yard? Do you want it to improve the overall look of your home? Will it add privacy or block noise? Once you determine your fence's primary function, you can pick one that best meets your needs.

Diamond Certified Expert Tip: The next time you install a flower or shrub in your garden, choose a low water-use plant for year-round enjoyment. You can also add a layer of organic mulch around your plants to reduce evaporation and save thousands of gallons of water every year. Or, consider installing a drip irrigation system around your trees and shrubs to water more efficiently.
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Despite being the largest of all plants, trees are surprisingly easy to overlook.
#TreeCare #HowToMaintainTrees #DiamondCertifiedExpertTip #LawrenceFlooringAndInteriors
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