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A flooring evolution: Southwest Floors has reinvented itself

This month, Southwest Floors in Seven Hills is unveiling its newly renovated showroom—including a glamorous Waterproof Flooring Gallery—as well as introducing new lines and displays. “We’ve been here for nearly 50 years, and our loyal customers know how important keeping up-to-date with the industry is to us,” says Tony...

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Can I DIY my garage floor?

April showers have washed the slush stains off your driveway and fresh spring flowers beautify your yard. The inside of your garage, however, may restore memories of gloomy days. “Salt-damaged, pitted and cracked concrete floors look horrible and reduce your home’s value,” observes Mike Padden, owner of Encore Garage Ohio. “Installed...

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Endless possibilities: Where will Kaye Construction uncover your new space?

Look up. Look down. Look out back. And don’t forget to look out front. That is the advice Kaye Construction gives homeowners who want to add more space to their living quarters. “The possibilities are endless when renovating a home,” says Joe Kaye, who, along with his brother, Josh, and father, Ron, owns Kaye Construction. “We...

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Waterproof hardwood is an emerging trend in flooring, now available at Floorz

At Floorz, we stay ahead of emerging trends, that’s why we continue to update and bring new product into our stores. But we’re taking things a step further by introducing leading-edge advancements like waterproof hardwood. While the idea may go against anything you’ve ever understood about mixing water and wood, it’s now possible for...

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Here’s why the team at Peters Professional Landscaping says you’ve still got time to mulch

Are you punctually challenged? Do you wait until the last minute for everything, enjoy running through airports to catch a plane, or showing up “fashionably late” to parties? The good news: When it comes to getting mulch for your yard for this particularly rainy year, it’s actually not too late—and there may even be a few other...

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