Choosing Flooring Options For Your New Home

Published on Tuesday, November 23rd, 2021

Choosing flooring options for your new home is one of the most exciting times for a homeowner. You get to have full control over the type, color, and pattern of the floor you select. For some, this process is a breeze. But others may feel overwhelmed with the number of flooring options…

Advantages of Laminate Flooring

Published on Sunday, October 24th, 2021

Laminate flooring is one of the favorite options for homeowners across the country. Due to its affordability and wide range of finishes available, it is no surprise that this has become a consumer favorite over the years. Although hardwood flooring is still very widespread, there are many…

Tile Vs. Stone Flooring

Published on Thursday, September 9th, 2021

Flooring is a great way to add your personal style to your home. Tile and stone both offer a variety of colors, textures, and patterns to liven up your home, making them extremely popular choices for flooring. Not only are these floors decorative and stylish, but they are very durable and are a…

Matching Furniture with Wood Flooring

Published on Monday, August 9th, 2021

Choosing a wooden floor is more than just picking a color and design that appeals to you aesthetically; there are a number of additional factors to consider if you want your new wooden floor to fit with the area. With so many colors, finishes, and designs to select from, it may be a difficult…

Matching Wall Tones with Wood Floors

Published on Monday, June 21st, 2021

Matching wall tones with wood floors doesn't have to be difficult! When it comes to selecting wall colors, one thing to keep in mind is the color tone of your wood floors. Coordinating the wood floors with the wall tones can seem daunting because of all the color options out there, but you…

How to Choose the Right Color of Wood Floor

Published on Monday, June 14th, 2021

It's a big decision to choose the right color of wood floor. After all, you don't want to have to refinish your floor several times if you are not satisfied with the wood color.  We know this decision can be a difficult one, especially if you are not familiar with all the different wood…

13 Ways to Cut Costs When Renovating Your Home

Published on Friday, May 7th, 2021

Most homeowners will renovate their homes every 15 to 20 years to repair damaged fixtures, update the overall appearance, and increase the value of their property. As exciting as renovations can be, they are also expensive! Nobody wants to pay more than necessary to build, renovate, or extend…

Midcentury Modern Flooring Options

Published on Tuesday, April 20th, 2021

Flooring trends tend to come and go, yet we still know quite a few designs that remain the same over the centuries. The middle of the 20th century will always be remembered as a peak of great design. Stepping out of the Victorian Era and the simplicity of traditional hardwood, the 1950s and 1960s…

Why is Carpet Padding Important

Why is Carpet Padding Important

Published on Thursday, March 18th, 2021

When the time comes to shop for carpeting, most people tend to overlook underpadding. Among all the carpet materials, styles, and options, padding is the last thing that comes to mind. However, that's where most people make a crucial mistake. The pad is just as important as the carpeting (if not…

DIY Vinyl Flooring Installation

Published on Wednesday, March 10th, 2021

If you decided to go with vinyl flooring for your new home upgrade, you should rest assured you made a smart choice. Vinyl is a durable and easy-to-maintain floor type, ideal for busy homes with heavy foot traffic. No matter what you toss on it, from water to excessive dirt, this flooring will…

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Scottsdale Flooring America has been family owned and operated in the valley for over 20 years. Our team believes in the value of local ownership and deep roots within the community. You will receive expert help finding the perfect flooring in Scottsdale for your home with…

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90th St Scottsdale Suite #102,
AZ 85258
Telephone: 480-451-9600