Two Great Mohawk Carpets for Scottsdale Floors

Published on Tuesday, June 25th, 2013

For excellent carpet in Phoenix and Scottsdale, look no further than Scottsdale Flooring America. Unlike tile, concrete or even wood flooring, carpet is often one of the hardest surfaces to keep clean and maintained. Dirt gets worked in, traffic creates unsightly wear paths, and the sun can even…

Laying Tile In Scottsdale

Published on Thursday, June 13th, 2013

Tile is one of the most popular flooring materials. It’s attractive, durable, long-lasting and easy to clean. Furthermore, it doesn’t tend to go in and out of style like some other flooring types. Tile does require a good deal of preparation to install, and mistakes when installing tile tend to …

Preparing The Sub-Floor

Published on Wednesday, June 12th, 2013

One of the most popular flooring materials is concrete. It’s strong, versatile, and durable. It is also used as a base for all other types of flooring except wood. Thus, it’s important that the base layer of concrete is flat, smooth and level. Before ever pouring concrete, prepare the soil…

Karastan Flooring

Published on Thursday, May 2nd, 2013

There are several options for flooring, each with its own pros and cons. Tile is universally popular because of its timeless, trend-cutting look. Tile doesn’t go out of style quickly, especially if it is medium-sized. Tile also has the advantage of being incredibly durable and resistant to…

Scottsdale Tile Flooring – The Most Durable Flooring

Published on Friday, March 29th, 2013

Durable Tile Flooring As far as durability goes, tile is the best you can get. It doesn't normally attract unsightly stains and odors. Wear and tear is very minimal, as it is hard to scratch, break, or otherwise ruin the hardened tile surface. If you have ever tested the durability of tile…

Protecting Carpet From Phoenix Sun

Published on Saturday, March 16th, 2013

There are quite a few options for flooring in Phoenix. Because the city is dry and doesn’t get very cold, there are very few concerns about things like being able to shed well or repelling snow run off. Of course Phoenix gets a significant amount of dust and dirt, being located in a desert.…

Laminate Flooring – How is it made?

Published on Thursday, March 14th, 2013

Laminate flooring is a manufactured material that is made to resemble hardwood, natural stone, and tile flooring. In Scottsdale laminate flooring is a common alternative to all-natural hardwood flooring. Modern manufacturing innovations have allowed us the ability to be able to recreate the natural …

Scottsdale Carpet Flooring for Better Health

Published on Wednesday, March 13th, 2013

Many people have become increasingly health conscious in the past few years. One thing that often gets overlooked in the health equation is the importance of the surfaces that you spend the most time on. For athletes, this could be the type of surfaces that they play on, but for most people this…

Scottsdale Stone Flooring as an Elegant Alternative to Tile

Published on Tuesday, February 19th, 2013

Scottsdale, Arizona is known for being an oasis in the desert – touted as the most livable city in America. Living in Scottsdale requires a touch of refinement, and stone flooring is one of the most natural and elegant flooring types available. Many types of Scottsdale tile flooring are ceramic,…

Scottsdale Hardwood and Laminate Flooring Pros and Cons

Published on Wednesday, February 13th, 2013

Hardwood Vs Laminate Flooring Taking on a new flooring project can be daunting. There are thousands of options out there and it is hard for the average person to know the real differences between them. We would like to offer some expert comparison to help you decide between the many options…

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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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