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Q: What materials are best to use in a room meant mainly for active kids?

Sturdy upholstery, easy to clean flooring, soft surfaces and no hard edges. When using carpet, consider looped pile or tightly twisted textures with Stain Resistance.

Q: Does it matter what the carpet cushion looks like?

No. Once the carpet cushion is installed, you will never see it again. What is more important is how it performs.

Q: What floor covering would be most practical in a bathroom?

Tile, vinyl and flooring that is slip resistant.

Q: How do I transition different types of flooring from one room to another?

A threshold cover is used when there are height changes in the flooring. Consult with your flooring specialist about a more decorative transition that can be designed depending on your specific type of flooring.

Q: How can I use flooring to make a room appear larger?

By installing tile on the "diagonal" and by selecting lighter colors that have a more consistent texture will visually increase the space.

Q: When selecting vinyl flooring, what patterns should I avoid?

Vinyl flooring has come a long way...there are patterns which look very much like natural stone and even hardwood flooring. Rather than making a quick selection by thinking your options are limited, take your time and sit with your flooring specialist to choose one of the latest "designer" styles to complement your space.

Q: Is there any difference between natural and synthetic fibers in regards to in

According to the Carpet and Rug Institute, no. All types of carpet have very low emission levels, regardless of whether they are natural or synthetic fibers.

Q: What is the "new carpet" odor that sometimes is present after the installatio

This possible odor usually comes from 4-phenylcyclohexene (4-PC), a by-product of the latex binder used to hold the fibers and backing together reports the Carpet and Rug Institute. The odor is not harmful and will go away within a few days.